Get an AWS account
I definitely recommend you create a personal AWS account, that way you can properly follow along with the tutorials & quickly prototype/test your own ideas, without being coupled to the backend team. Set aside approx 30 minutes to create & have your account fully functional.
Amplify is only part of the picture, having an appreciation of what it’s using under the hood will go a long way. Includes, but not limited to:
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- Paulo Dichone - AppSync & Amplify with React & GraphQL - Highly recommend you do the graphql portion of the course too. Even if you did the Wes Bos GraphQL course, this one is a bit more bare bones & has more of a focus on the fundamentals.
Our most used video resource was Nader Dabit, and they were pretty helpful & to the point.
Youtube playlist with AWS stuff
Blogs & articles
- Appsync, Apollo, & react
- Highly Functional Offline Applications using Apollo Client
- Appsync subscriptions with Apollo client