This is a three part post about my experience using AWS Amplify to develop a food logging app for the Metal Toad hackathon. In part one I covered the initial project overview/setup and our experience implementing Amplify Auth. Here in part two I will cover Amplify Storage. Finally, part three will cover my favorite part, Amplify AppSync and PubSub.
I spend a lot of my time talking about AWS these days: it's at the heart of the services our company offers, but many savvy business people have never heard the term before. Taken literally AWS is an acronym for Amazon Web Services, but that doesn't really help to clarify what it is. Defined a little more generally AWS is a division and offering from the company Amazon (the same one many people are buying from online) and essentially sells what boils down to selling computer time in the cloud. It is by far the most profitable divisio
This is a three part post about our experience using AWS Amplify to develop a food logging app for the Metal Toad hackathon. Here in part one we cover the initial project overview/setup and our experience implementing Amplify Auth. Part two will cover Amplify Storage, with part three covering Amplify AppSync and PubSub.
Maintenance of machinery is vital in all industries. Not only does maintenance cost time and money, but improper maintenance could lead to inefficient performance or potentially be a safety hazard depending upon the purpose of the machinery.
Oregon has always been well known for its timber industry. Indeed at one point in the 1970s fully 12% of the States GDP was produced by timber. While timber's former dominance is not a surprise, many people are surprised to learn that Oregon’s high tech sector is so prevalent. By some 2015 estimates, high tech in Oregon could be calculated at up to 25% of GDP.
Choosing a cloud provider can be a difficult process that has long-term impacts to productivity, cost, and features. Do you select based on your existing environment's Microsoft investment and go with Azure? Do you use the largest provider, Amazon Web Services(AWS)? Or do you choose the newest provider, Google Cloud Platform (GCP)?