Join Bear Cahill for an in-depth discussion in this video 7-Zip compression and the exercise files, part of AWS for Developers: AWS Amplify.
- [Instructor] A couple quick notes about the exercise files. Due to the number and size of files for a react app, we zipped that up using 7zip. Makes it much smaller so you can download it faster, and take up less space on your hard drive. You can get support for 7zip at 7-zip.org. Click on the download link, you have download options for Windows, and at the bottom you have a link to the Keka macOS file archiver that supports that for Mac. You can download it from there, or get it from the App Store. The other note is that as we went through this course, the generated configuration files are stored in the exercise files.
However, they'll point to resources on AWS that no longer exist, since we cleaned it up at the end of this course. So you'll need to replace those with your own configuration files if you're using the exercise files. If you follow along for the whole course, it should be a non-issue.
- Working with the Amplify toolchain
- Creating a React app
- Adding analytics to a React app with Amplify
- User authentication via AWS
- Using Amplify to simplify account creation and management
- Creating a GraphQL API
- Storing files online
Skill Level Intermediate
AWS API Gateway with HTTP, Lambda, DynamoDB, and iOSwith Bear Cahill1h 33m Intermediate
AWS Security Best Practices for Developerswith Carlos Rivas46m 31s Intermediate
1. AWS Amplify Overview
2. Amplified React App
3. Mobile App Features
4. Serverless Back End
5. Storing Files Online
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