Build, Test and Monitor the Working of Mobile Apps with AWS Mobile Hub
FREMONT, CA: Amazon Web Services is coming up with ‘Mobile Hub’, making way for adding and configuring features to mobile apps easier. The console integrates building, testing and monitoring mobile apps. Mobile Hub is recognized as the fastest way to create mobile apps on AWS.
Recognized as the fastest way to create mobile apps on AWS, the Mobile Hub Project is a suite of AWS functions and features like user authentication, data storage, backend logic, push notifications, content delivery and analytics - all packed in a single console. Sign in can be configured either through a social network like Facebook or as unauthenticated guest user.
Mobile apps built on this platform can also be tested on real devices with the analytics dashboard tracking the usage of the app. Cloud storage for user data and application assets such as resource files, audio/video files – are also offered by the Mobile Hub. Android and iOS developers only have to pay for the AWS services they use without additional charges for Mobile Hub. Any AWS service can be added, configured or removed at any time based on requirement.
AWS also rolls out AWS Lambda to support Python 2.7 along with AWS SDK for Python. Previously, it supported Node.js and Java.
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