Posts in category AWS

Implementing Google OAuth with AWS in Ionic

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Handling password/email authentication can be bothersome for both the users and the developers. Open Authorization (OAuth) comes to the rescue by allowing us to directly login using popular social media accounts, delegating the authentication process to them and receiving more information from their side.

Analyzing the Ionic AWS Full-Stack Starter: Custom APIs

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In the previous tutorials here and there, we analyzed the amazing Ionic AWS Full-Stack Starter project. Accessing pre-built methods from AWS services like S3, Cognito or DynamoDB is super cool, but what do we do if we need some custom methods? Do we create another Node.js server on the side?

Analyzing the Ionic AWS Full-Stack Starter: The Features

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In this tutorial we will see how the application makes good use of the Providers we analyzed previously. The application is divided in two parts: The authentication process The tasks manipulation Many intermediate Ionic concepts are present here, if you have any issue, you can have a look at my book to quickly update your knowledge.

Analyzing the Ionic AWS Full-Stack Starter: Configuration...

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I have used both Ionic and AWS for years now. Both technologies are (mostly) free and awesome. Ionic is the badass framework to build cross-platform mobile applications and AWS gives us the tools to host, cache, manipulate files with authentication and many more services in the cloud. So what’s the result if both companies allied together to create a project: the […]