Join Bear Cahill for an in-depth discussion in this video What you should know, part of Building iOS Apps with AWS Mobile.
- [Instructor] To get the most out of this course, you should already be fairly comfortable with server-related concepts and ideally, Swift 4 and Xcode in general. We'll be using an iOS project as our example client but the concepts should transfer to other platforms. If you need to brush up on Swift, check out the Swift 4 Essential Training course. I'll be using Xcode and a browser throughout the videos and you shouldn't need any other tools. You'll also want an Amazon Web Services account to access what's available from AWS.
I've also provided exercise files for you to use. For each video, there is a begin state to start and an end state for what was done. Feel free to jump in at any point and catch up but I do encourage you to follow along as much as possible.
- 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
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