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aws-mobile-react-native-starter - AWS Mobile React Native Starter App https://aws

  •    Javascript

Bootstrap a React Native application on AWS. This starter automatically provisions a Serverless infrastructure with authentication, authorization, image storage, API access and database operations. It also includes user registration and MFA support. The sample use case is a "Pet Tracker" where after a user registers and logs in they can upload pictures of their pet to the system along with information like the birthday or breed.A companion blog post for this repository can be found in the AWS Mobile Blog: Announcing: React Native Starter Project with One-Click AWS Deployment and Serverless Infrastructure.

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.

aws-mobile-react-native-starter - AWS Mobile React Native Starter App https://aws

  •    Javascript

Please submit issues to the aws-amplify repository. Bootstrap a React Native application on AWS. This starter automatically provisions a Serverless infrastructure with authentication, authorization, image storage, API access and database operations. It also includes user registration and MFA support. The sample use case is a "Pet Tracker" where after a user registers and logs in they can upload pictures of their pet to the system along with information like the birthday or breed.

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.




amazon-cognito-identity-js

  •    Javascript

You can now use Amazon Cognito to easily add user sign-up and sign-in to your mobile and web apps. Your User Pool in Amazon Cognito is a fully managed user directory that can scale to hundreds of millions of users, so you don't have to worry about building, securing, and scaling a solution to handle user management and authentication.The Amazon Cognito Identity SDK for JavaScript allows JavaScript enabled applications to sign-up users, authenticate users, view, delete, and update user attributes within the Amazon Cognito Identity service. Other functionality includes password changes for authenticated users and initiating and completing forgot password flows for unauthenticated users.

aws-mobile-react-sample - A React Starter App that displays how web developers can integrate their front end with AWS on the backend

  •    Javascript

Please submit issues to the aws-amplify repository. Bootstrap a React application on AWS. This sample automatically provisions a Serverless infrastructure with authentication, authorization, website hosting, API access and database operations. It also includes user registration and MFA support. The sample use case is a "Restaurant" ordering system where after a user registers and logs in they can view different restaurant menus, select items and place orders.

aws-cognito-angular-quickstart - An AngularV4-based QuickStart web app utilizing Amazon Cognito, S3, and DynamoDB (serverless architecture)

  •    TypeScript

This sample application can be deployed to either Elastic Beanstalk or S3. S3 will host this application as a static site while Elastic Beanstalk gives you the capability of adding backend operations to the application.createResources.sh requires your aws cli to be configured for JSON output.

aws-serverless-auth-reference-app - Serverless reference app and backend API, showcasing authentication and authorization patterns using Amazon Cognito, Amazon API Gateway, AWS Lambda, and AWS IAM

  •    TypeScript

SpaceFinder is a reference mobile app that allows users to book conference rooms, work desks, and other shared resources. The app showcases serverless authentication and authorization using the AWS platform.The mobile front-end is built using the Ionic 3 framework and client libraries to call AWS services and mobile backend APIs. The backend APIs themselves are powered by AWS services. The backend APIs are built using a serverless architecture, which makes it easy to deploy updates, and it also means that there are no servers to operationally manage.


aws-amplify-graphql - Sample using AWS Amplify and AWS AppSync together for user login and authorization when making GraphQL queries and mutations

  •    Javascript

Please submit issues to the appsync-sdk-js repository. This sample application shows how to use GraphQL to build an application that a user can login to the system, then upload and download photos which are private to them. The sample is written in React and uses AWS AppSync, Amazon Cognito, Amazon DynamoDB and Amazon S3 as well as the AWS Mobile CLI.

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.

amazon-cognito-auth-js - The Amazon Cognito Auth SDK for JavaScript simplifies adding sign-up, sign-in with user profile functionality to web apps

  •    Javascript

You can now use Amazon Cognito Auth to easily add sign-in and sign-out to your mobile and web apps. Your user pool in Amazon Cognito is a fully managed user directory that can scale to hundreds of millions of users, so you don't have to worry about building, securing, and scaling a solution to handle user management and authentication.For more information about this new feature, see Amazon Cognito User Pools App Integration and Federation GA Release.

amazon-cognito-js - Amazon Cognito Sync Manager for JavaScript

  •    Javascript

The Cognito Sync Manager for JavaScript allows your web application to store data in the cloud for your users and synchronize across other devices. The library uses the browser's local storage API to create a local cache for the data, similar to our mobile SDK. This allows your web application to access stored data even when there is no connectivity.Note: This library is designed to run in the browser. It has not been tested for use in other environments.

aws-mobile-react-sample - A React Starter App that displays how web developers can integrate their front end with AWS on the backend

  •    Javascript

Bootstrap a React application on AWS. This sample automatically provisions a Serverless infrastructure with authentication, authorization, website hosting, API access and database operations. It also includes user registration and MFA support. The sample use case is a "Restaurant" ordering system where after a user registers and logs in they can view different restaurant menus, select items and place orders.This starter uses the AWS Amplify JavaScript library to add cloud support to the application.

aws-cognito-example - Basic usage of amazon-cognito-identity with modern javascript tooling

  •    Javascript

Basic usage of amazon-cognito-identity with modern javascript tooling, react, and the npm ecosystem. You can use it as a boilerplate for your next kickass AWS-based ES6 serverless react/redux site.

ember-cognito - Amazon Cognito and ember-simple-auth integration

  •    Javascript

Ember Cognito is an Ember Addon that integrates ember-simple-auth with Amazon Cognito User Pools. ember-simple-auth is a lightweight library for implementing authentication/authorization in Ember.js. Amazon Cognito is a managed authentication system for mobile and web apps on Amazon Web Services.

serverless-demo - Demo of creating a server less architecture

  •    Javascript

#Serverless Architecture Demo This is a demo of creating a serverless architecture with AWS. In order to use this to its fullest, you need an AWS account. Please go here to follow along in this series.

aws-lambda-go-event - Type definitions for AWS Lambda event sources.

  •    Go

Type definitions and helpers for AWS Lambda event sources. AWS Lambda lets you run code without provisioning or managing servers. With eawsy/aws-lambda-go-shim, you can author your Lambda function code in Go. This project provides type definitions and helpers to deal with AWS Lambda event source mapping.

serverless-plugin-cognito-identity

  •    Javascript

You can now use Amazon Cognito to easily add user sign-up and sign-in to your mobile and web apps. Your User Pool in Amazon Cognito is a fully managed user directory that can scale to hundreds of millions of users, so you don't have to worry about building, securing, and scaling a solution to handle user management and authentication. The Amazon Cognito Identity SDK for JavaScript allows JavaScript enabled applications to sign-up users, authenticate users, view, delete, and update user attributes within the Amazon Cognito Identity service. Other functionality includes password changes for authenticated users and initiating and completing forgot password flows for unauthenticated users.