Monday, 8 July 2019

AWS Amplify Console Upgrades Build image with SAM CLI and Custom Container Assistance

The AWS Amplify Console is an endless delivery and hosting service for latest web applications. The AWS Amplify Console clarifies the deployment of your application front end and backend. Join to your code repository and your front end and backend are deployed in workflow, on each code commit. Now, the Amplify Console introduced multiple updates to the build service covering SAM CLI and custom container support. The AWS Amplify Console provides a Git-based workflow for constantly deploying and hosting fullstack serverless web apps. Now the default build image is utilizing Amazon Linux 2 with Node 10 and SAM CLI pre-installed. Custom Build Images can be utilized to offer a customized build environment. Custom containers let developer to exchange the default container with their individual build environment. During build time, Amplify will recover the Docker image from the container registry defined in the project configuration and utilize the environment to compile your source code, execute your tests, and deploy your application. Developers can execute SAM commands as an element of their deployment without installing any other dependencies with the SAM CLI. To read further information on AWS Amplify Console and Custom Builds, refer documentation.

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