What’s new with AWS AppSync

AWS just put out a big release to AWS AppSync – their managed GraphQL data service.  This is the first “major” release since they went public with the service at re:Invent (and you can read all about the release on the AWS Mobile Blog), so what’s new? You can use it without signing up for…

Building a Multi-user GraphQL table with AWS AppSync

With AWS AppSync, creating a cloud GraphQL service is easy – just import your schema, create resources, and test away. If you don’t have any authorization or request/response modification needs, this gets you started within a couple of minutes. But what if you do have some authorization needs. I’m going to be exploring various use…

The React Toolbox – 2018 Edition

It’s been a while since I’ve been in web development. I’ve mostly been concentrating on mobile development instead. But this week I had cause to delve again. It’s amazing how much change there has been in the web world in just 2 years. React has become the force in web frameworks (Sorry Angular – I…

Creating a React Native Bridge Library

React Native is really good at straddling the line between native and JavaScript. There is a bridge between the two that allows you to call native code from JavaScript. This is awesome for including things that require a special touch. Most React Native developers will never need to worry about the bridge because libraries exist…