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Building Secure and Scalable Mobile Applications of AWS
03/30/2017 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pmFree
AWS Mobile Hub is an entry level cloud platform for developers to ‘build, test, and monitor mobile apps’ that leverage AWS services. In this session, we will demo how to create a mobile app with AWS Mobile Hub and integrate the features with AWS Services, and test the app using AWS Device Farm.
Presented by Rohan Deshpande
Rohan Deshpande is a Senior Engineer with Amazon Web Services. He is the technical owner of the AWS mobile services and SDKs. He is passionate about the mobile developer experience, automation, intelligent interfaces, and serverless cloud computing.
About AWS Mobile Hub:
AWS Mobile Hub lets you easily add and configure features for your mobile apps, including user authentication, data storage, backend logic, push notifications, content delivery, and analytics. Whether you are creating a brand new mobile app or adding features to an existing app, AWS Mobile Hub lets you leverage the features, scalability, reliability, and low cost of AWS in minutes. AWS Mobile Hub walks you through feature selection and configuration, automatically provisions the AWS services required to power these features, and generates working apps for iOS and Android that use your provisioned services.
You can then test on the same devices your customers use and run tests across a large selection of physical devices. Unlike emulators, physical devices provide a more accurate understanding of how users interact with your app by taking into account factors such as memory, CPU usage, location, and modifications done by manufacturers and carriers to the firmware and software.