Android and DynamoDB DynamoDB Amazon DynamoDb is a nonrelational database that is fast and flexible. It is a NoSQL database service with consistent, single-digit millisecond latency at any scale. DynamoDB is a managed cloud database supporting both document and key-value store models You can use DynamoDB in your Android apps.…
Android and Amazon integration Amazon S3 is a cloud storage service where you can store any number of objects from anywhere on the internet. We’ll use S3 in this tutorial to store an image uploaded from our Android app and then download and display the image in our app. Cognito…
Want to add sign-in to your Android app?   You can add sign-in using the Google API but there is an alternative. You can use Amazons’ Cognito, “Simple and Secure User Sign-Up, Sign-In, and Access Control. Amazon Cognito lets you add user sign-up, sign-in, and access control to your web…
In Cognito we trust Need to control your web or mobile app users sign-up and log-in and what they can do once they’ve logged in? Have you considered using Amazon’s Cognito? What’s Cognito? Cognito is an Amazon Web Service that enables you to sign-up your users, allow them to log…
Cut the connection and debug your app on the move Here’s how you can debug your app without connecting your device to your development pc or laptop. We’ll show you how to record crucial events that you want to monitor in a preference file for later examination.