This is a live session where I will be showing you how to build and host a static website using the AWS Amplify console. All questions regarding this topic are encouraged!
Host your static websites and web apps in minutes using AWS Amplify Console AWS Amplify Console is a static web hosting service that accelerates your application release cycle by providing a simple CI/CD workflow for building and deploying static web applications. In this session, we’ll show how you can deploy single page web apps and static sites, just by publishing to a connected Git repository. You’ll also see how you can host simple static websites without connecting to a Git provider by using a manual deploy option. Learn the easiest way to host your static website or single page web app on AWS using AWS Amplify Console.
00:00 – Waiting…
04:14 – Introduction to the show
08:15 – Introduction to AWS Amplify capabilities
11:50 – Hosting a static HTML page
20:40 – Adding a domain to your application
23:43 – Hugo with Github CICD integration
31:27 – AWS Amplify Pricing
34:56 – Host a React application
44:00 – Feature branches with password control
49:50 – Tests failing
53:00 – Add a external domain to your application
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