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aws-amplify - A declarative JavaScript library for application development using cloud services.

  •    Javascript

AWS Amplify provides a declarative and easy-to-use interface across different categories of cloud operations. AWS Amplify goes well with any JavaScript based frontend workflow, and React Native for mobile developers. Our default implementation works with Amazon Web Services (AWS), but AWS Amplify is designed to be open and pluggable for any custom backend or service.

amplify-js - A declarative JavaScript library for application development using cloud services.

  •    TypeScript

AWS Amplify provides a declarative and easy-to-use interface across different categories of cloud operations. AWS Amplify goes well with any JavaScript based frontend workflow, and React Native for mobile developers. Our default implementation works with Amazon Web Services (AWS), but AWS Amplify is designed to be open and pluggable for any custom backend or service.

Unified Cloud API

  •    Java

This API aims to provide a single interface for different cloud-based services and their corresponding providers.

awsmobile-cli - CLI experience for Frontend developers in the JavaScript ecosystem.

  •    Javascript

The awsmobile-CLI, built on top of AWS Mobile Hub, provides a command line interface for frontend JavaScript developers to seamlessly enable and configure AWS services into their apps. With minimal configuration, you can start using all of the functionality provided by the AWS Mobile Hub from your favorite terminal program. Sign up for the AWS Free Tier to learn and prototype at little or no cost.




cloud_storage_service - gRPC service for storing objects in the cloud. (Google Storage, AWS S3 etc)

  •    Go

The cloud storage service is for storing objects that other services may require or be used later by clients. An example would be uploading a photo along with a user account. In this scenario you would use the Store method to store the object in cloud storage, which will return you a filename and url. You can then store this for later use by a browser or similar. Be aware that for this url to work the bucket in question must be public.