Amazon’s new AWS Mobile Hub (still in Beta) is designed to simplify the process of building, testing, and monitoring mobile applications that make use of one or more AWS services.
“It helps you skip the heavy lifting of integrating and configuring services by letting you add and configure features to your apps, including user authentication, data storage, backend logic, push notifications, content delivery, and analytics — all from a single, integrated console,” according to the company.
If you’re not familiar, the AWS Mobile Hub is feature-oriented. It basically walks clients through feature selection and configuration. It automatically provisions the AWS services required to power these features, and additionally generates working quickstart apps for iOS and Android.
“Instead of picking individual services you select higher-level features comprised of combinations of one or more services, SDKs, and client code,” explains the post. “What once took a day to properly choose and configure can now be done in 10 minutes or so.”
Whether you are creating a brand new mobile app or adding features to an existing app, AWS Mobile Hub lets you take advantage of the features, scalability, reliability, and low cost of AWS in minutes. As you have seen,
The nuts and bolts — together with graphics and examples — are available here.