Let’s Build an E-commerce App with ReactNative and Amplify

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Table of Content

  1. Introduction
  2. Setting Up the Project
  3. Adding Cognito Authentication
  4. Adding AppSync API
  5. Adding S3 Storage
  6. Retrieving AppSync Data
  7. Conclusion

1. Introduction


Full-Stack Web App With Amplify + Next.js

Table of Content

  1. Introduction
  2. Setting Up the Project
  3. Cognito Authentication
  4. AppSync API
  5. S3 Storage

1. Introduction | What We Will Build?


Hands on tutorial with AWS hosting services.


Exploring the latest features of NPM CLI v.7.0

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✨ Let’s Take a Look at the Top Five Features that Grabbed My Attention

1. Workspaces Support — Perfect for Monorepos!


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What?


This post will be helpful to all the IT/CS undergraduates out there.

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Introduction


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The newest kid in town

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Table of Contents

  • Introduction to Deno
  • Installing Deno
  • Building your first Deno Server
  • Features of Deno
  • Deno vs Node.js
  • Conclusion

Introduction to Deno

Sahan Amarsha

Undergraduate | Developer | https://iamsahan.web.app/

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