Front-End Web & Mobile

Amplify CLI CDK v2 support

Use AWS CDK v2 with the AWS Amplify CLI extensibility features (Preview)

With v11.0.0-beta of the Amplify CLI, you can now use AWS CDK v2 to extend or modify your Amplify backend stack. As a recap, at re:Invent 2021, Amplify CLI (v7+) announced a number of extensibility features that gave developers the flexibility to modify their Amplify backend using infrastructure-as-code providers such as AWS CDK or AWS […]

New: Announcing custom primary key support for AWS Amplify DataStore

Amplify DataStore provides frontend app developers the ability to build real-time apps with offline capabilities by storing data on-device (web browser or mobile device) and automatically synchronizing data to the cloud and across devices on an internet connection. Since its initial release, DataStore has been opinionated with regards to the handling of model identifiers – […]

Announcing AWS Amplify JavaScript library version 5

The Amplify team is announcing the release of version 5.0.0 of the Amplify JavaScript library. This release is jam-packed with highly requested features, in addition to under the hood improvements to enhance stability and usability of the JavaScript library. Please use this Github repo to provide us with feedback on our new release, in addition […]

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AWS Amplify and the Amazon Appstore Small Business Accelerator Program

Amazon recently launched the Appstore Small Business Accelerator Program. This new program enables application developers to build a scalable business by reducing cloud infrastructure costs, while also offering better revenue share to help them get started on their own Day 1. For developers that earned less than $1 million in revenue in the previous calendar […]

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AWS Amplify Library Announces v2.0 Amplify Library for Android

Today, we are excited to announce the general availability of v2.0 Amplify Library for Android! Amplify Library for Android allows developers building apps for the Android platform to easily include features like authentication, storage, maps, and more. The latest major version of this library has been re-written to improve Android developers experience and is now […]

Announcing new GraphQL API features in Amplify Studio

Today, AWS Amplify is announcing support for GraphQL APIs without Conflict Resolution enabled! With this launch, it’s easier than ever to use custom mutations and queries, without needing to manage the underlying conflict resolution protocol. You can still model your data with the same easy-to-use graphical interface. And, we are also bringing improved GraphQL API […]

Text to Speech on Android Using AWS Amplify

AWS Amplify offers many categories that focus on making specific uses cases easier to implement using a variety of AWS Services under the hood. The Amplify Predictions category enables you to integrate machine learning into your application without any prior machine learning experience. In this blog post, you will learn how to use the Predictions category […]

Managing images in your NextJS app with AWS AppSync and the AWS CDK

In modern applications, sharing files is as much a necessity as having a database or authentication. When working with AWS, a common storage solution is to use Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) where files are stored in an S3 bucket. The problem however, is a file often needs to be associated with data stored in […]

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NEW: Build React forms for any API in minutes with AWS Amplify Studio (no AWS Account required)

Today, AWS Amplify announces Amplify Studio form builder, the new way to build React form components for any API. Amplify Studio is a visual interface that helps customers build full-stack web and mobile apps faster. Developers can now generate cloud-connected React forms based on their app’s GraphQL data model or REST APIs in one click […]

AWS Amplify presents: “Hey, Amplify!” A Discord Bot

Today, we are announcing “Hey, Amplify!“, a Discord bot aimed at improving the community experience. The AWS Amplify community Discord server has grown to amass nearly 20,000 members since its beginning in May 2020. Over time we have observed how members use Discord and what can be challenging with many supported services and platforms being […]