Learn how to take a stand-alone Android app and add cloud-enabled features using Amazon Web Services (AWS).
- [Matt] To take a data-driven Android app to the next level, from local development to real-world production, cloud services are essential for creating a good user experience and for providing a platform that can scale as your user base grows. Users today expect to have convenient access to their data on all of their devices. In this course I demonstrate a common use case for Amazon Web Services by taking a completely self-contained app for creating and managing lists and moving that data into the cloud, and letting users access it with a variety of common authentication services.
Join me, Matt Boyd, founder of Sageworks LLC, as we explore using Amazon Web Services for Android.
- 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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Android App Development: Accessibilitywith Renato Iwashima2h 56m Intermediate
Android App Development: Enterprise Integrationwith Jon-Luke West47m 51s Intermediate
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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