AWS Mobile provides the frameworks for the functionality as well as the online services to support them. Learn there are many options for what can be done with what this course has covered. Now it's time to create an app using these features and the many others that AWS Mobile provides. See what else is offered and try them out!
- [Bear] Well great job, I hope you feel comfortable…and confident with adding AWS features to your app.…Going from here I recommend you write a new project,…or take an existing one and adding AWS features to it.…From there check out the developer guide on queries…to learn how to fetch data from your DynamoDB efficiently.…You can also learn more about uploading and downloading,…including background transfers, with the transfer utility.…You might wanna check out the Firebase course,…IOS Development with Firebase, to see the differences…between AWS and Firebase features.…
And feel free to reach out to me at my website…brainwashinc.com and connect with me on LinkedIn,…and follow me on Twitter @BrainofBear.…
- AWS Mobile introduction
- Create your app project
- Adding authentication
- Adding Facebook and Google logins
- Configure data and file storage
- Reading, updating, deleting, and querying data
- Uploading, downloading, and deleting files
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1. Getting Started with AWS Mobile
2. User Accounts and Authentication
3. Data Storage with AWS Mobile
4. File Storage with AWS Mobile
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