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In this episode, we’ll introduce you to our hosts and discuss our exciting new project. Together, we’ll start building our modern cloud-native application in the AWS cloud.
In Episode 2, we’ll take the next step by building the synchronous application service, leveraging AWS Lambda and Amazon DynamoDB.
During this episode, we’ll create a restful API using Amazon API Gateway, which will integrate with our AWS Lambda function. We will also test our fully-functional backend.
in this episode, we will begin integrating our front-end application with our new backend.
In this episode, we’ll develop the logic to upload images from our React web application into Amazon S3.
In this episode, we’ll assume users are uploading thousands of images and we want to buffer the requests. Using Amazon Simple Queue Service (SQS), we’ll buffer our asynchronous image recognition tasks
We’ve nearly completed our application, but we have one task left. We need to set up our continuous integration/continuous deployment pipeline (CI/CD) so that we can efficiently deploy changes.
In our final episode for this series, we will be reviewing everything that we have built together so far, as well as discussing what we could do next to continually improve our application.