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aws-sdk-go - AWS SDK for the Go programming language.

  •    Go

aws-sdk-go is the official AWS SDK for the Go programming language.Checkout our release notes for information about the latest bug fixes, updates, and features added to the SDK.

aws-sdk-ruby - The official AWS SDK for Ruby.

  •    Ruby

The AWS SDK for Ruby is available from RubyGems. aws-sdk gem contains every available AWS service gem support. Please use a major version when expressing a dependency on aws-sdk.With version 3 modularization, you can also pick the specific AWS service gem to install. Please use a major version when expressing a dependency on service gems.

boto3 - AWS SDK for Python

  •    Python

Boto3 is the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Software Development Kit (SDK) for Python, which allows Python developers to write software that makes use of services like Amazon S3 and Amazon EC2. You can find the latest, most up to date, documentation at Read the Docs, including a list of services that are supported. To see only those features which have been released, check out the stable docs.




rusoto - AWS SDK for Rust

  •    Rust

Rust 1.26.1 or later is required. On Linux, OpenSSL is required.

aws-sdk-cpp - AWS SDK for C++

  •    C++

The AWS SDK for C++ provides a modern C++ (version C++ 11 or later) interface for Amazon Web Services (AWS). It is meant to be performant and fully functioning with low- and high-level SDKs, while minimizing dependencies and providing platform portability (Windows, OSX, Linux, and mobile).AWS SDK for C++ is in now in General Availability and recommended for production use. We invite our customers to join the development efforts by submitting pull requests and sending us feedback and ideas via GitHub Issues.

aws-sdk-react-native - AWS SDK for React Native (developer preview)

  •    Javascript

Attention: Please use the AWS Amplify library for React Native development of new projects on AWS.This developer preview is currently under review and we will be looking to merge the contents in the future under a single repository for all AWS React Native functionality. In the meantime, we recommend you leverage the AWS Amplify library or the AWS JavaScript SDK with React Native support.

lambda-local - Commandline tool to run Amazon Lambda function on local machines.

  •    Javascript

Lambda-local lets you test Amazon Lambda functions on your local machine with sample event data. The context of the Lambda function is already loaded so you do not have to worry about it. You can pass any event JSON object as you please. You can use Lambda-local as a command line tool.


serverless-stack-demo-client - Source for the demo app client in Serverless-Stack.com

  •    Javascript

Serverless Stack is a free comprehensive guide to creating full-stack serverless applications. We create a note taking app from scratch. This repo is for the frontend React app that we build over the course of the tutorial. You can find the repo for the backend serverless API here. And the repo for the tutorial here.

aws-sdk-mock - :rainbow: AWSomocks for Javascript/Node

  •    Javascript

AWSome mocks for Javascript aws-sdk services. This module was created to help test AWS Lambda functions but can be used in any situation where the AWS SDK needs to be mocked.

aws-mobilehub-helper-ios - Official mirror for AWS Mobile Hub helper code for iOS

  •    Objective-C

The AWS Mobile Hub simplifies the process of building, testing, and monitoring mobile applications that make use of one or more AWS services. It helps you skip the heavy lifting of integrating and configuring services by letting you add and configure features to your apps, including user authentication, data storage, backend logic, push notifications, content delivery, and analytics—all from a single, integrated console.This helper code is the source for the AWSMobileHubHelper.framework file which is included with every Objective C and Swift application download from AWS Mobile Hub.

aws-sdk-java-v2 - The official AWS SDK for Java - Version 2 (Developer Preview)

  •    Java

The Amazon Web Services SDK for Java provides Java APIs for building software on AWS' cost-effective, scalable, and reliable infrastructure products. The AWS Java SDK allows developers to code against APIs for all of Amazon's infrastructure web services (Amazon S3, Amazon EC2, Amazon SQS, Amazon Relational Database Service, Amazon AutoScaling, etc).

clientside_aws - A client-side implementation of popular AWS services (S3, SQS, DynamoDB, Elastic Transcoder) for development + testing using ruby in docker

  •    Ruby

This code is meant to be used by developers who are attempting to build web applications on AWS but wish to run client-side testing and validation. Presently, this project mocks DynamoDB and SQS.While creating and tearing down "free-tier" SQS and DynamoDB databases may be an acceptable solution for some, the time required (tens of seconds or minutes) quickly makes TDD (test-driven development) impractical. Just like we can use an in-memory sqlite3-based solution for mocking Mysql databases with ActiveRecord, we can now mock SQS and DynamoDB databases in memory using Redis.

flysystem-aws-s3-v3 - Flysystem Adapter for AWS SDK V3

  •    PHP

This is a Flysystem adapter for the aws-sdk-php v3.

aiobotocore - asyncio support for botocore library using aiohttp

  •    Python

Async client for amazon services using botocore and aiohttp/asyncio.Main purpose of this library to support amazon s3 api, but other services should work (may be with minor fixes). For now we have tested only upload/download api for s3, other users report that SQS and Dynamo services work also. More tests coming soon.

cookbook - Collection of Minio recipes

  •    Javascript

This is home for recipes of related projects and tools to use with Minio.Note: You can also refer to Awesome Minio to get your project or use-case listed under Minio.

bloop - Object Mapper for DynamoDB

  •    Python

Bloop is an object mapper for DynamoDB and DynamoDBStreams.

aws-sdk-lisp - AWS-SDK for Common Lisp

  •    Common

This software is still ALPHA quality. The APIs will be likely to change. AWS-SDK provides interfaces for each AWS services as individual systems under "aws-sdk/services/*".

winston-cloudwatch - Send logs to Amazon Cloudwatch using Winston.

  •    Javascript

Send logs to Amazon Cloudwatch using Winston. AWS configuration works using ~/.aws/credentials as written in AWS JavaScript SDK guide.