The AWS Amplify Framework provides a convenient set of tools to connect your application to AWS services such as Amazon Cognito, allowing you to easily set up an authentication flow within your application. The Amplify UI Components toolkit makes it easy to… Read More »Customize and Style AWS Amplify Login Screens
AWS DataSync is a managed service that automates the transfer of data between on-premises storage and AWS storage, as well as between different AWS storage services. Some example use cases include backing up on-prem data to the cloud, moving data to… Read More »AWS DataSync: Transfer data to AWS Efficiently
Amazon Lightsail is a service within AWS that lets you provision virtual private servers quickly and easily. Using Lightsail, you can launch websites and applications within minutes in just a few clicks. In this tutorial we will be setting up… Read More »Host a WordPress website on AWS – Amazon Lightsail Tutorial
Amazon Cognito makes it easy to add user signup and login to your web and mobile apps by abstracting out all of the functionality necessary including authentication and storage of credentials. By leveraging AWS Cognito, we can take advantage of built… Read More »Amazon Cognito Hosted UI Tutorial – Full Example
Blubrry is a long standing provider of podcast hosting and IAB-certified statistics. They also offer a RESTful API for pulling podcast statistics, uploading new media, managing episodes and more. In this tutorial we will focus on the Blubrry Statistics/Analytics API and… Read More »Podcast API Tutorial – Blubrry Analytics API
In this tutorial we will be using Amazon Quicksight to create an interactive data visualization dashboard from RDS data connected through VPC.
Amazon Quicksight is a business intelligence service within AWS that allows you to quickly create interactive data visualization dashboards for your organization. This tutorial shows how to setup a VPC connection between Amazon Quicksight and an RDS instance on AWS.
Until not too long ago, the way to setup a static website on AWS was to configure an S3 bucket for static website hosting, setup cloudfront and Route53/DNS. Now, with the AWS Amplify console, everything can be setup in one place, making it by far the best way to setup a static site on AWS. Setup a custom domain, SSL certificate and CI/CD pipeline in minutes!