Tracking and Reminders in AWS Amplify
In this tutorial, you are going to learn how you can use the analytics category from AWS Amplify together with AWS Pinpoint to understand and engage your users.
Use Expo Web with the AWS Amplify Console
We will set up an Expo project configured for web builds with an Amplify controlled backend.
Authentication in React Applications
How to handle user authentication in modern React Applications with context and hooks
Kent C. Dodds
Gatsby and AWS Amplify Authentication
Arbaoui from Full Stack Library shows us how to add authentication to Gatsby using AWS Amplify and Amazon Cognito.
Serverless Authentication with AWS Amplify and Vuex Modules
This article will walk through the authentication/Cognito setup, show a Vuex module for interacting with Cognito, and provide an example component to handle sign-in.
Boilerplate ReactJS AWS Amplify auth implementation
This project is intended to be a boilerplate React implementation of AWS Amplify auth that shows how easy it is to create a basic web app with protected routes using Amplify and React Context.
Invoking & Testing Serverless Functions Locally with AWS Amplify
In this video you'll learn how to invoke a serverless function locally using the Amplify CLI. You'll learn how to test a basic serverless function as well as one that proxies requests into an Express server with http endpoints.
Serverless Functions in Depth with AWS Amplify
Twitch Live Stream - Learn how to build, deploy, update, delete & test serverless functions using AWS Amplify. We'll also learn how to add an API endpoint to interact with the functions as well as add authentication & authorization to the APIs working within a React application.
Transforming REST APIs to GraphQL with AWS AppSync
Building a React Native Mobile App with AWS Amplify and Expo
In this tutorial, you’ll be learning how to integrate serverless computing service called AWS Amplify in a mobile app using React Native and Expo
Gatsby Static GraphQL Queries with AWS Amplify & AWS AppSync
In this video we'll build a Game of Thrones app using AWS AppSync & the Gatsby Source GraphQL plugin. We'll learn how to create the GraphQL api, install & configure Gatsby Source GraphQL, & deploy the app with the static GraphQL data available to render in the app.
Getting Started with Aurora Serverless Data API
Learn how modern application developers can use the new Amazon Aurora Serverless Data API to create and connect to an Aurora Serverless Database. In this vid...
Make Memes with AWS Amplify
Create a React app to create memes powered by AWS Amplify
Simplify your Web & Mobile apps with cloud-based serverless backends
Designing, deploying and maintaining backend services for your mobile application is a challenge...I will show you how to deploy cloud based services, without requiring to be a cloud expert. I will show you how to easily integrate an authentication wall, with minimal coding, how to deploy an API layer and how to publish your web app without using a single server. (AWS Amplify, Amazon Cognito, Amazon S3, AWS AppSync)
Speech Recognition, Translation, and Text-to-Speech on iOS
End-to-end Solution for Speech Recognition, Text Translation, and Text-to-Speech for iOS using Amazon Translate and Amazon Polly as AWS Machine Learning managed services.
AWS Amplify GraphQL Queries with TypeScript and Hooks
Using Amplify to develop apps that use GraphQL is easy. Using TypeScript along with GraphQL makes your components more dependable. See what this looks like together - with hooks!
The Complete Guide to User Authentication with the Amplify Framework
The AWS Amplify Authentication modules provide Authentication APIs and building blocks for developers who want to create apps with real-world production-ready user authentication.
Building real-time offline-ready iOS apps with Swift, GraphQL & AWS AppSync
iOS Workshop: Learn how to build cloud-enabled native iOS Swift apps with AWS Amplify and connect your apps to a GraphQL API via AWS AppSync w/ Authentication
Use the Amplify Console with incoming webhooks to trigger deployments
The Amplify Console recently launched support for incoming webhooks. This feature enables you to use third-party applications such as Contentful and Zapier to trigger deployments in the Amplify Console without requiring a code commit.
AWS Amplify CLI, how to automatically add a user to a Cognito User Pool with a Lambda-Trigger
Want more granular control to manage your Cognito User Pools users with groups? We learn how to use CloudFormation to create groups in a Cognito UserPool and a Lambda trigger to add a user to a group, when the user signs up.
How we keep running by running a slackbot.
Building a leaderboard and run tracker for an internal employee running challenge. This is a run-through of how Kuba setup the Slack bot and used AWS Amplify to provision a GraphQL API with AppSync.
Amazon Aurora Serverless Data API with AWS AppSync and Amplify
Lean how modern application developers can use the new Data API to create and connect to an Aurora Serverless Database
Beginner Guide - How to add Amplify backend to your React project with ease!
Aim of this project is to teach absolute beginners on how to add Amplify backend to their frontend project. This project is built with React and completely relies on local state for data. We convert this app step by step to store data on DynamoDB by calling REST APIs. We will also add authentication and learn how to store some user attributes in Cognito.
Login with Amazon for iOS
This video provides a step-by-step guide to adding Login with Amazon identity provider to an iOS app and federating those identities with Amazon Cognito Federated Identity Pool
Building Fullstack Serverless apps
In recent years there have been huge shifts in both back-end and front-end development. As clients become more and more stateful, the services backing them become slimmer and stateless. The complexity of managing all of these tiny services and functions is being abstracted away, allowing those without devops skills to take advantage of serverless technologies.
How to Set Up End-to-End Tests for Android With Zero Code
AWS Device Farm is an app testing service that lets you test your app on hundreds of real Android devices in the cloud. Did you know you can test your Android apps at scale on real mobile devices without having to write any automated testing code?
Building a serverless React app with GraphQL API, AWS Amplify a and Crowdbotics
In this tutorial, we are going to build and integrate a React application with a serverless tool provided in the form AWS Amplify Framework. Amplify is an open source library for serverless development. It makes it easier to build a serverless backend and integrate it with front-end.
Google Sign-In for iOS
This video provides a step-by-step guide to adding Google Sign-In to a brand new iOS app using AWS Amplify and Amazon Cognito
Fullstack Serverless with AWS Amplify for Angular apps
We will be introducing AWS Amplify, a modern toolchain, libraries and UI components to build modern Fullstack Serverless Apps. You will be building a fully featured application from development to production.
Picture sharing app with Expo, React Native, Apollo GraphQL, and AWS Amplify
Plush is a full-stack mobile application for pictures sharing. It uses Expo and React Native for the front end, AWS Amplify as the back-end service, and the API service is built with GraphQL.
Adding Authentication to your Angular Material & AWS Amplify powered PWA (Part 2)
This is the second part in a multi-chapter series outlining building a fully functional multi platform Progressive Web Application (PWA) for mobile and desktop.
Personal Growth with Git Flow and AWS Amplify Console - Part 3
Setting up a complete CI/CD pipeline is usually a non-trivial task, but since the introduction of Amplify Console it got cut down to a few minutes.
Building your first Fullstack Serverless App with AWS Amplify
In this workshop we will learn how to build cloud-enabled web applications with Angular & AWS Amplify.
Deploy A Gatsby Site to the Amplify Console With One Click
Add this button to your GitHub README.md file, blog post, or any other markup page that renders HTML to allow developers to deploy their application to the Amplify Console with 1 click.
GraphQL Serverless Real-Time Reference Architecture with AWS AppSync
Today we’re publishing our first AWS AppSync real-time reference architecture, with sample code that will make it easier to understand and apply best practices to your next collaborative real-time application development project. Deploy it to the Amplify Console with a single click.
How to Build a Real-time Collaborative Markdown Editor with React Hooks, GraphQL & AWS AppSync
A collaborative markdown editor with features of real-time comment by participants on different sections. (Google docs, but with markdown)
Amplify Framework simplifies configuration for OAuth flows, the hosted UI, and AR/VR scenes
In this release of Amplify, you can now set up the Amazon Cognito hosted UI and OAuth from the Amplify CLI. This enables you to use Amazon Cognito user pools to set up federation between various identity providers (such as Amazon, Google, and Facebook) from the Amplify CLI.
Passwordless SMS Authentication Backend
In this article, we will walk through implementing the backend solution for a custom passwordless SMS authentication flow using Amazon Cognito.
AWS Amplify Auth & Angular RxJS Simple State Management
Take a look at how we can manage our authentication and user state in a very Angular-esque way without any state management libraries, like Redux, NGRX, apollo-link-state, MobX, Akita or NGXS
Introducing AWS Amplify Video
Introducing AWS Amplify Video – an open source plugin for the Amplify CLI that makes it easy to incorporate video streaming into your mobile and web applications powered by AWS Amplify.
Creating a Quasar Framework application with AWS Amplify services (Part 1/4)
In this tutorial, you will learn how to create and deploy a Quasar V1.0 (beta) application using the AWS amplify CLI. We will bring in authentication using AWS Cognito, a API (GraphQL) layer from AWS AppSync configured for a DynamoDB back-end and AWS ElasticSearch, hosting through Amplify Console.
AWS AppSync Velocity Templates Guide
This post is the first in a series of articles covering Velocity Templates. Velocity Templates are used by AWS AppSync to implement API (GraphQL)s.
AWS Amplify Plugin Docs
This plugin adds quicklinks to docs from the Amplify CLI.
Creating Angular UI components and connecting them to the GraphQL AppSync API - Part 2
In the second part of this series we are creating Angular UI-Components for our offline-ready Todo-App backed by a API (GraphQL) and Authentication.
Getting started with a Angular/NX workspace backed by an AWS Amplify API (GraphQL)
We are creating an offline-ready Todo-App backed by a API (GraphQL) and Authentication.
React Native Authentication App
Mobile user authentication flow with React Native, Expo, and AWS Amplify: Sign In, Sign Up, Confirm Sign Up, Forget Password, Reset Password.
Creating GraphQL Batch Operations for AWS Amplify
Use custom resolvers for bulk procedures.
Amplify for Teams — GitFlow (Part 2)
When using GitFlow, team members will work on features using the same back-end infrastructure. In this type of workflow team members would “checkout” the same environment name when running amplify.
Building a Real-time Collaborative Beatbox with React & GraphQL
How I used GraphQL Subscriptions to build HypeBeats — a real-time collaborative beatbox with React Hooks Drum Machine & GraphQL.
Course - Building Serverless Web Applications with React & AWS Amplify
You’ll finish the course ready to quickly and easily deploy your serverless React application, so users can start using and enjoying it right away.
Course - Learning AWS AppSync with Amplify, AWS CLI, iOS and Swift
In this course will learn how to use amplify framework to create AWS resources for our iOS application.
Taking advantage of AWS Amplify Console for your projects
AWS Amplify Console allows us to deploy applications quickly in a few steps. By following the documentation, it gives us a service aimed at implementing continuous deployment.
Real-time Collaborative Drawing with GraphQL & AWS AppSync
Collaborative real-time canvas built with GraphQL, AWS AppSync, & React Canvas Draw
AWS Amplify Console supports instant cache invalidation and delta deployments on every code commit
The Amplify Console now supports instant cache invalidation, which enables you to deploy updates to your single page or static app instantly—without giving up the performance benefits of content delivery network (CDN) caching.
Implementing OTP based Phone auth in Amazon Cognito using Custom Auth Flow & Amplify
Amazon Cognito provides authentication out of the box with support for most of the authentication methods. I wanted to have Phone & OTP based authentication for my app since it’s gaining lot of popularity in India.
Amplify for Teams — Centralized Workflows
In a centralized workflow, team members will work on features using the same back-end infrastructure. In this type of workflow team members would “checkout” the same environment name when running amplify.
Serverless Functions In Depth
A deep-dive on how to build, test, deploy, update, and delete serverless functions with AWS Amplify
Let's Build an Offline Web App
Watch Manoj Fenandao build an offline TODO Angular app using AWS AppSync.
Building JAMstack Applications with Gatsby and AWS Amplify Framework
Creating And Using Serverless Services
The application we’re going to build will allow users to perform basic CRUD operations. We will use a REST API with a NoSQL database.
Two-Way SMS with Amazon Pinpoint
WLearn to implement two-way SMS messaging for a simple approach that results in higher levels of customer engagement.
What AWS service should you use to publish a web site?
There are at least five different services you can use to publish a web site on AWS.
Facebook for iOS
step-by-step walkthrough for implementing Facebook Login from a basic single view app. We will cloud-enable the app using AWS Amplify Framework and use Amazon Cognito Federated Identities to federate our Facebook Login
Serverless Tweeting app with React Native and AWS Amplify (Part 1)
This app will demonstrate how to provide full user authentication workflow and perform CRUD operations from our front-end to our cloud back-end using the Amplify services: auth and api.
Deploy your Jekyll Site using AWS Amplify — with only a few clicks
AWS recently unveiled the new AWS Amplify Console. This is perfect for static site generators like Jekyll or Hugo and makes it even easier to deploy your website on AWS; it can be completed within a minute!
Building an Android app with AWS Amplify – Part 1
This walkthrough is part 1 of a two-part series on how to build an AWS cloud-enabled Android mobile app with the AWS Amplify toolchain.
Using Amazon Rekognition to detect celebrities in an iOS app
A sample iOS Swift app that lets you snap a photo with your phone camera, and uses Amazon Rekognition to identify faces and celebrities in the picture, with links to additional information about the identified celebrity via IMDB
Basic Authentication for iOS
Step-by-step walkthrough for addding basic authentication to any iOS app. We will cloud-enable this app using the AWS Amplify CLI and use the AWS Mobile SDK connecting our mobile users to sign-up and sign-in via username and password via Amazon Cognito User Pools
Facebook Login Using AWS Amplify and Amazon Cognito
In this article, we are going to integrate Facebook Login into our iOS app.
Authentication with AWS Amplify and Android - Google Login
This will be an in-depth series on authentication with AWS Amplify
How to Build Cloud-Powered Mobile Apps with Expo & AWS Amplify
In this tutorial, we’ll walk through how to create a cross-platform Expo app with features like user sign-in, AWS Lambda functions, an AWS AppSync GraphQL API, analytics, & storage.
Authentication with AWS Amplify and Android - The Basics
This will be an in-depth series on authentication with AWS Amplify. Here are the topics I am going to cover, and I will update each blog with the links as I complete the articles.
Integrate Analytics into your iOS Swift applications with AWS Amplify
In this article (1 of 3), I’ll walk you through collecting user demographics and app session activity to better understand customer platforms and behaviors.
Native Development with AWS Amplify
The AWS Amplify CLI makes it easier to work with your mobile backend from within your development workflow. Now, it doesn’t matter if you are an iOS or Android native developer, React Native, or web developer
Create a Multiuser GraphQL CRUD (React) App with full-text search in 10 minutes with the new AWS Amplify CLI
In this tutorial, we will check how we can create a secure multiuser Note Taking App with full CRUD capabilities backed by a Serverless GraphQL API (powered by AWS AppSync) and by a Serverless NoSQL Database (powered by Amazon DynamoDB) in less than 10 minutes with full user isolation as each user can only access and edit their own content. Best of all, we only need 150 lines of code!
Building a serverless real-time chat application with AWS AppSync
Today, we’re introducing ChatQL, which is a new Angular Progressive Web App (PWA) starter application. Built with AWS AppSync, it showcases how to create a real-time chat application. In this blog post, we present an overview of the application, and dive into AWS AppSync and the front-end implementation.