Monday, 9 December 2019

Launching AWS Amplify for iOS and Android

AWS Amplify is an easy open-source development platform for creating secure, scalable, cloud-enabled mobile and web applications covering of libraries, UI components, and a CLI toolchain. It makes simple for you to verify users, securely save data and user metadata, approved selective access to data, integrate machine learning, analyse application metrics, and run server-side code. The Amplify libraries and CLI, part of the Amplify Framework, are open source and provide a pluggable interface which allows you to modify and design your personalised plugins. AWS Amplify includes an entire mobile application development workflow from version control, code testing, to production deployment, and it smoothly scales with your business from thousands of users to tens of millions. At AWS re:Invent 2019, AWS launching a preview of Amplify iOS and Amplify Android open source libraries that allow mobile developers to create scalable and secure cloud powered serverless applications. Adding competencies like Analytics, AI/ML, API (GraphQL and REST), DataStore, and Storage to their mobile applications using these Amplify libraries can be seamless for developers. The Amplify iOS and Android libraries are use case-centric, in contrast to the AWS service-centric Mobile SDKs, and offer a declarative interface which allows mobile developers to programmatically implement best practices with concepts occurring in a quick development cycle and shorter lines of codes. Also this release adds assistance for the Predictions category in Amplify iOS which enables developers to simply add and configure AI/ML related use cases in their iOS applications with less lines of code. Developers can fulfil use cases like text translation, speech to text generation, image recognition, text to speech, and insights from text using the Predictions category in the new Amplify iOS library and the Amplify CLI. No machine learning expertise needed. The supported use cases leverage services like Amazon Rekognition, Amazon Translate, Amazon Polly, Amazon Transcribe, Amazon Comprehend, and Amazon Textract. To know more about how to use the Amplify iOS and Amplify Android, read aws blog post.

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