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    AWS provides a range of services that help make setting up an API, database, and email transport quick, and secure. Specifically, AWS Amplify provides a lot of the functionality we'll need out of the box, and Amazon SES will send emails on our behalf.
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    Now that you have a Next.js app written, you need to get it live online. AWS Amplify supports deploying both SSR and SSG Next.js apps without any additional configuration on your end.
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  • How would I go about making an iOS app backend that can also be used for a website version?
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    There is AWS Amplify. Take a look at this tutorial. I would caution that the Amplify CLI does a lot of magic that comes with definite downsides if you end up wanting to do more advanced stuff.
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  • How to choose a Tech Stack for your SaaS Product
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    And here's where it gets really incredible. AWS runs a library called Amplify, which you can install on your front end and will help you tremendously with user authentication on the client-side.
  • Datamodel your React app with AWS Amplify Admin UI
    2 projects | | 17 Feb 2021
    For those who have not come across AWS Amplify before it is a great way to start dipping your toe into the full stack cloud development experience if you have not already. It is an opinionated framework that makes assumptions on the developer's behalf, so less time on scaffolding boiler plate code and more time building features. Also, the Amplify documentation is (in my opinion) the best documentation you'll find for an AWS service. Don't take my word for it - see for yourself.
  • AWS Amplify Subscriptions Usage / 3. Closed Chat
    2 projects | | 16 Feb 2021
    $ amplify push ✔ Successfully pulled backend environment dev from the cloud. Current Environment: dev | Category | Resource name | Operation | Provider plugin | | -------- | ---------------------------- | --------- | ----------------- | | Api | sampleamplifysubscri | Update | awscloudformation | | Auth | sampleamplifysubscriXXXXXXXX | No Change | awscloudformation | ? Are you sure you want to continue? Yes The following types do not have '@auth' enabled. Consider using @auth with @model - OpenChat - RoomChat Learn more about @auth here: GraphQL schema compiled successfully. Edit your schema at /[YOUR_DIRECTORY]/sample-amplify-subscriptions/amplify/backend/api/sampleamplifysubscri/schema.graphql or place .graphql files in a directory at /[YOUR_DIRECTORY]/sample-amplify-subscriptions/amplify/backend/api/sampleamplifysubscri/schema ? Do you want to update code for your updated GraphQL API Yes ? Do you want to generate GraphQL statements (queries, mutations and subscription) based on your schema types? This will overwrite your current graphql queries, mutations and subscriptions Yes ⠴ Updating resources in the cloud. This may take a few minutes... (snip) ✔ Generated GraphQL operations successfully and saved at src/graphql ✔ All resources are updated in the cloud GraphQL endpoint: $
  • A Brief History of AWS Mobile SDKs and How to Use Them in 2021
    2 projects | | 26 Dec 2020
    This mantra has some big implications for the utility of the mobile SDKs. As one arbitrary example, let's consider a use case where we want to call Amazon Translate, to translate some text. Instead of using the Amazon Translate support in the iOS or Android SDKs, I'm suggesting that you should pick any supported language, and implement those Translate service calls behind the API Gateway. Render an API response that contains only the bits you need on the mobile device.


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