AWS AppSync is a service that manages real-time data updates and offline data access for web and mobile apps. AppSync uses a language called GraphQL to enable client apps to fetch, change, and subscribe to data from servers. You can use GraphQL subscriptions to define which pieces of data you want to be updated in real time. AppSync will also cache data while you work offline and automatically sync it back to the server when a connection is restored.
- [Instructor] If you build a data-driven app…that stores its data in the cloud,…like we have in this course, then two issues…you'll probably have to contend with are deciding…how and when to deliver updates to your app…when new data is available, and also…how to handle user interaction…when a device doesn't have an internet connection.…Now, you can actually use AWS AppSync…to handle both of those situations.…So I wanna look at some of the basic features…that are included with AWS AppSync.…So AppSync uses a language called GraphQL…to enable client apps to fetch, change,…and subscribe to data from servers.…
GraphQL queries not only specify the data…that's being requested, but you can…also specify the desired format for the response,…so that really makes it easier to handle…and parse responses on the app side.…Additionally, it's compatible with DynamoDB, too,…so you can use your DynamoDB tables as a source…and configure the interactions…with the data using mapping templates.…For real-time data access, you can actually specify…
- Creating a project on AWS Mobile Hub
- Adding user authentication with AWS
- Setting up user sign in and sign out
- Setting up user sign in with Google and Facebook
- Adding AWS DynamoDB for data storage
- Performing database queries and updates
- Amazon Pinpoint, AWS Device Farm, and AWS AppSync
Skill Level Intermediate
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What you should know1m 34s
1. Introduction to Amazon Web Services (AWS)
2. Add User Authentication with AWS
3. Add AWS DynamoDB for Data Storage
4. Other AWS Services
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