It has been about a month since AWS announced a number of really important enhancements to AWS Amplify (https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/mobile/amplify-adds-support-for-multiple-environments-custom-resolvers-larger-data-models-and-iam-roles-including-mfa/). Several of the enhancements are important to me and I want to highlight one of them.
We have spent the past several posts working with Firebase Functions, in part to enhance images. We have added additional metadata and we are generating additional image sizes. In this post we can start to account for these changes.
We are going continue and wrap-up our mini-series on using Firebase Functions in this post. We will put in place one of the most often used patterns for Firebase Functions and that is to expose a REST API.
We are going continue with Firebase Functions in this post. We will start to see the power of Functions and how we can take advantage of them.
We are going to go on a tiny detour here. To this point we have been working in our React application. In this post I want to create some back-end helper functions. To do that we are going to create a new nodejs project.
In this post we will create the ability to manage an image - update the metadata or delete the image.
In this post we continue working on the pieces needed to manage and upload images in the GUI.
In this post we will start to put the pieces in place to manage and upload images in the GUI.
At this point we can finally start to think about loading images to the system. However, before we start uploading images we need to put the pieces in place to store data relating to images.
We previously created a landing page to administer or manage a property but we have left it blank to this point. In this post we will work on this page.