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  • Serverless APIs
    3 projects | | 14 Mar 2023
    AWS AppSync I'm keeping this section a bit shorter for you all, since AppSync is not something I have actually used personally, but have heard great things about. AppSync is another API option AWS has made available specifically for applications that want to take advantage of GraphQL or a Publish/Subscribe model. The GraphQL model may be of interest to front end developers that need to query multiple sources of data from one API endpoint, like databases or microservices. The Pub/Sub model I am more familiar with in the IoT hardware-communicates-with-software aspect, however this is also powerful for frontend developers looking to take advantage of real-time updates with serverless WebSocket connections. With AppSync, you also have caching, offline data synchronization, and real-time updates. You can learn more and check out the developer docs on the AWS Website.
  • React Signup/Login/Account Settings application With Amplify
    3 projects | | 16 Jan 2023
    Amplify is a set of tools that allows full-stack web and mobile developers to create and build apps. It makes using AWS services, like our Cognito identity and access management service, or our managed GraphQL service AppSync, much simpler and straight forward to use.
  • Top 12 Serverless Announcements from re:Invent 2022
    3 projects | | 7 Dec 2022
    This was the top-voted, long-awaited request for AppSync.
  • Building Serverless Web Applications with React & AWS Amplify
    6 projects | | 9 Oct 2022
    Appsync is the AWS service focus on creating flexible APIs, and Amplify is the framework that combines multiple AWS tools to help you build any type of Application.
  • Ask HN: So you moved off Heroku, where did you go?
    23 projects | | 3 Oct 2022
  • Using GraphQL with DynamoDB is Cool
    3 projects | | 11 Sep 2022
    If you're building an AppSync/GraphQL API for that, yeah, that's a problem, better to use relational like Postegres.
  • Strategies to test AWS AppSync VTL templates
    3 projects | | 6 Aug 2022
    AWS AppSync is a serverless GraphQL and Pub/Sub API service that many developers love. Turing the complex job of creating and managing a GraphQL API with real-time capabilities into a few lines of IaC (or clicks in the console) is a great win for AWS serverless developers.
  • The REGAL Architecture
    15 projects | | 17 Jul 2022
    A: AWS Amplify and AppSync
  • Ruminations on ValueObjects, DataTransferObjects, Back-end For Front-ends, and Functional Programming Data Modelling
    7 projects | | 16 Jul 2022
    In the case of microservices/Lambdas required to respond to GraphQL/AppSync, they have to follow the GraphQL contract and provide all data. So they'll often end up making multiple calls, mapping these DTO's to their own VO's that have all the data they need.
  • Parsing Lambda Error Logs in ReScript & Python
    19 projects | | 28 May 2022
    If you’re building an API, whether a REST one using API Gateway, or a GraphQL one using AppSync, you’ll have a monorepo with a bunch of Lambda functions in it. Each Lambda function is 1 to many files, and each function typically corresponds to a REST API route, or a GraphQL query/mutation. You’ll use something like Serverless Framework, AWS SAM, or AWS CDK to deploy. The deployment uses CloudFormation behind the scenes which means when you first deploy, you’re deploying “everything”. If you change 1 line of code in 1 Lambda and deploy, you’re only deploying 1 Lambda function update. Using Serverless deploy function, or AWS SAM accelerate, you’re bypassing CloudFormation to quickly test code in a dev/qa/stage environment, something common in Serverless. You can, and should, run and test your code locally, although for some runtimes (Go, Python with C++ libraries, custom runtimes, etc) this can be difficult so you just deploy and test in AWS only.
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