I wrote an earlier post on setting up the AWS CLI on macOS. After almost a year of learning AWS and Python, I discovered there is a much better way. The main driver here is avoiding impact to the Apple Python installation.
Articles and announcements from the Base11 Studios team.
One of the most important pieces of any app is authentication and authorization for end users. A post by Dan Bellinski details the complexity of digital security. If you’re new to the auth world like I am, you can get lost in just the terminology. In this post I’ll explain how you can utilize and integrate with AWS Cognito in your serverless app.
How do you protect your financial and personal information in the age of digital? I often get asked this question from friends and family and this post is my answer! I’ll keep updating it as I learn more so you can refer back here for the latest and greatest tips I have.
Infrastructure in source control?! You bet. Cloud providers, such as AWS, have made Infrastructure as Code simple with tools like CloudFormation. With our app code we have tools to track history, run tests, automate deployments, execute rollbacks, and much more. This post will walk through a simple use case to demonstrate how we can apply some of those same concepts to infrastructure.
Cloud computing can be intimidating, but there are tools to make your life easier. One of those tools is AWS CodeStar. Among other stacks, it allows you to quickly deploy a Serverless App. The AWS documentation is great, but there is a lot of it. In this post I’ll try to bubble up some of the more important points and share some of the things I’ve learned.
While Base11 Studios hasn’t released any camera focused applications, I have spent significant time in the last year developing scanning features in Android applications that utilize the phone camera. I want to take a minute to unpack what I’ve learned.