Once you have used Amplify to configure your project you can initialize it for user authentication, it's time to update your app. With a simple command, you can set it all up. Then, you need to add CocoaPods to your project and making some key code changes. The authentication UI is also provided.
- [Narrator] Now if you know much about AWS,…you know that Amplify has already…done a lot of work for us.…If you're not that familiar with AWS,…I highly recommend you go and review thoroughly…all the things that we've seen it create for us…and try as best you can to understand everything…that it's created for us behind the scene…and all the leg work it's done.…Now we're going to shift gears a little bit…and focus on our app.…So I'm in the terminal at my project directory.…We see we have our original project files called Thoughts,…also now we have an Amplify file and…the AWSconfiguration.json file.…
Now we need the different frame works that…our app is going to use to access all the…functionality in AWS that we need.…So the first thing we need to do is add our CocoaPods.…So at the terminal I'm going to type pod init.…This creates a pod file and it examines our project and…creates the pod file specifically for that.…So I'll edit the pod file,…and you notice it already has our…project in here called Thoughts.…And then there's a line about half way down…
- Preparing to use AppSync in code
- Updating settings and the schema
- Adding a second data source
- Storing posts online
- Updating subscriptions in schema
- Testing live updates
- Handling updated posts
- Offline capabilities
Skill Level Intermediate
1. AWS User Authentication
2. AppSync Setup
Amplify codegen3m 42s
3. App Code and Configuration
4. Adding a Second Datasource
5. Real-Time Updates
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