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Nikhil Swaminathan
Product Manager AWS Amplify Console , basketball aficionado, Edtech startup founder . This a rollie not a stopwatch.
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Nader Dabit Dec 7
If you're looking to get started with , I've put together a body of work over the past year that starts with functions & expands much deeper, going into philosophy & building serverless apps leveraging things like auth, db, & storage. Check out these resources 👇1/5
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Nikhil Swaminathan Dec 6
Replying to @Jayphen
Did you check out aws amplify: ?
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Nikhil Swaminathan Dec 6
Replying to @Jayphen
What specifically did you find overwhelming?
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Ed Lima Dec 5
My re:Invent 2019 session is now online. Learn more about AWS AppSync APIs, Amplify Framework and Console, and how to use them all together to build your next fullstack app
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Nikhil Swaminathan Dec 6
My uncle killing it on the Amazon India bestseller list! Startup sales is the single hardest thing to do. Tech is always hyped, but is less important IMO. An idea from concept to reality only requires buy-in from you and a co-founder. Selling the idea requires a lot more buy-in.
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Nikhil Swaminathan Dec 5
Replying to @dbhagenATX @AWSAmplify
Sorry to hear that. Can you open an issue here and we'll take a look:
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Jeececab Dec 5
I deployed what I consider to be our first true CI/CD flow today at work for a back-office app. It was such a breeze with the + + flow. Great stuff!
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Nikhil Dabhade Dec 4
Introducing Amplify and Use case-centric capabilities: API ( and ), Storage, , DataStore, and AI/ML for iOS powered by AI/ML services and Thread.
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Nicki Stone ✈️ Las Vegas Dec 3
Amplify for iOS and Android repos are live now!! check it out!!!
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Jack Humphrey (he/him) Dec 3
I’m a little bit in love with and — recently used to build a static site for a personal project and... Wow. I like 2019. JavaScript, React/JSX, GraphQL, Markdown — I’m in technology mashup heaven.
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Ricardo Nov 30
I'm presenting at on and AWS AppSync, including our biggest announcements yet with Come say hello! 👋 MOB306-L: Mobile & Web State of the Union MOB402: Deep dive into the latest Amplify & AppSync technology and architecture
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Ed Lima Nov 27
Did you miss any of the recent releases? Don't worry, me and got them all in a single place. Stay tuned, there's more to come next week at
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Nikhil Swaminathan Nov 27
Replying to @user_0320
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Nikhil Swaminathan Nov 27
Sorry to hear that. A new version of the CLI got pushed out as per . Can you verify this fixes it for you?
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Nikhil Swaminathan Nov 27
Replying to @dublook @AWS
Sorry to hear about that. Please refer to:
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Nikhil Swaminathan Nov 27
Replying to @user_0320
Can you post on GitHub please:
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Nikhil Swaminathan Nov 26
Replying to @d_reydecastro @dabit3
Yes this is possible. Checkout the workflow here:
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Kurt Kemple Nov 26
My favorite new feature of CLI, pull down backends provisioned by or another existing Amplify project. 🚀 Deploy app 🤖 Clone repo 🧲 Pull backend to your local machine Try it out with this app or any other Amplify project!
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Nikhil Dabhade Nov 26
Pre re:Invent goodness 🎉 🚀Add a new "predictions" directive in your schema to chain multiple AI/ML actions. 🚀Single API query to get inference results. 🚀 No machine learning experience required
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Nikhil Swaminathan Nov 26
The Amplify CLI pull command operates similar to git pull to fetch the latest state of your cloud backend. This is great when you're sharing a backend across a team or when sharing the same backend across multiple frontends:
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