Serverless GraphQL Examples for AWS AppSync and Apollo (by serverless)


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    Ofcourse nothing comes without deployment configurations. But frameworks like Serverless or SAM( make it simple. My personal choice is Serverless as it is provider independent and leaves a lot of space to explore for other projects.
  • Container Images for AWS Lambda with Python | 2021-05-10
    One of the best things about AWS Lambda is the variety of ways that you can create a serverless function. For example, you can dive right into the console, or use approaches like Chalice or the Serverless Framework, to name a few. For me, the latest way, announced at re:Invent 2020, is the most efficient way of testing your serverless function locally and dealing with large or awkward dependencies in your code. As you'd expect, this works perfectly with AWS SAM. This post will give you a quickstart into what you need to do to build a container-based function using containers & Python.
  • How we built a Stonks checker API to monitor Wall Street Bets | 2021-05-05
    You need an AWS account to deploy to it and monitor the application with Dashbird later. The application is built with the Serverless framework, which requires Docker and Node.js.
  • Cannot authorise - SES Update Email Template - via IAM Policy | 2021-04-28
    I'm using serverless and my IAM declaration looks like this:
  • Design pattern for serverless large rest API | 2021-04-25
    Make sure you look into SLS Framework ( or SST (
  • Is AWS Cloud Development Kit (CDK) right for you? | 2021-04-19
    You have also have looked at more specialized infrastructure provisioning tools, such as Serverless Framework or ECS Copilot and wonder whether a more general tool is preferable or not, since the more general tool may be more complex to use?
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    SvelteKit, Serverless,

    SvelteKit[1] is a framework for SvelteJS (like Next.js is a framework for ReactJS). I've tried both Svelte and React. Svelte seems to be more elegant and lets me implement my ideas faster with less code. Svelte is very flexible; SvelteKit adds some opinions on how to do things like routing.

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    Backendless[4] is a VADP/MBaaS. This platform offers a lot of services, but the main one I'm looking at is authentication/identity. I was looking for an authentication service that supports anonymous guest login, social login, as well as traditional email/password login. The other contenders were Google Firebase (slow, and confusing sign in/sign up flow[5]) and AWS Cognito (too complicated/difficult to use). Auth0 was a contender, but they don't support guest logins.






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    Backend: either NestJS or Serverless depending on use case. if GraphQL is needed, Apollo Server works for me
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