Join Bear Cahill for an in-depth discussion in this video What you should know, part of AWS for Developers: AWS Amplify.
- [Instructor] I know you want to get the most out of this course, and to do that I'd recommend that you be familiar with AWS and its services. Also knowing about React or React Native development will help, but if you don't you'll still be fine. I'm no expert there. For the mobile side we'll use an iOS app, so experience there with Swift is a plus. You'll also need Xcode installed, you can get that from the app store. Familiarity with CocoaPods, npm and Node.js is a plus too, but we'll walk through those pieces so no worries. We'll take everything step-by-step so you'll be fine. But experience with any of the above will help remove any blind spots and let us focus on the Amplify pieces to the puzzle.
- 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
1. AWS Amplify Overview
2. Amplified React App
3. Mobile App Features
4. Serverless Back End
5. Storing Files Online
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