In today’s digital age, we find ourselves spending more and more time doing things online. Proving a user’s identity in the digital landscape is difficult to do, creating a unique problem for developers. Luckily, Amazon Web Services (AWS) has come to the rescue with its authentication service, Cognito, a tool with native functions and both integrated and custom third-party identity providers.
Keeping track of your data can be difficult, but it doesn't have to be a hassle. Streamline your DynamoDB imports and protect your data with our user-friendly custom import wizard. Includes a demo video.
AWS provides users with a framework and a set of tools for building powerful serverless applications. These tools offer the ability to run code, run and build your applications, and manage your data all while not having to worry about managing and maintaining servers. If you are looking for a way to quickly build large-scale applications while not having to worry about spending time on infrastructure or managing servers, building an application using AWS' serverless architecture may be the way to go.
AWS Amplify is a toolbox that allows developers to build scalable, full-stack applications from core AWS services—Lambda, S3, DynamoDB, Cognito, AppSync, and more! It is an open-source project with millions of downloads. Built on top of Amplify, Amplify Studio aims to reduce development time by using its graphical user interface (GUI) to quickly configure data structures, application logic, and frontend UI components. Includes a video.
For decades, relational databases have been the go-to choice for developers. However, in recent years, relational databases have struggled with the workload that many applications now use day-to-day. That's where NoSQL databases like Amazon DynamoDB shine. NoSQL databases are able to scale well to meet these requirements and allows for a less structured design. We discuss some of the differences between NoSQL and Relational databases.
Take a tour of Claris Connect Utilities! We'll look at Calculations, Dates, Documents, FTP, Schedules, Text, Variables, Approvals, and Webhooks. Includes a video with example use cases, and how to get the most out of the Claris Connect Utilities.
Integrating Shopify with FileMaker allows you to easily manage your online store straight from your FileMaker solution. With some incredibly simple and intuitive calls, you can download, create, modify, and delete just about any aspect of Shopify straight from your FileMaker solution. Includes a video and sample file.