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· 14 min read
Peter Dyer

I recently watched I tried 5 Firebase alternatives (from Fireship). I have thoughts on this same subject, but from a slightly different perspective.

I do Cloud Native Development and have built applications utilizing three of the BaaS solutions discussed in the video - Google Firebase, AWS Amplify and Supabase. With that said, today, I typically create applications directly in AWS and do not use any of the BaaS solutions. What follows are my thoughts on the three BaaS solutions I have used and a little about why I tend to stay away from them.

· 16 min read

Since the release of multiple authorization support in Amplify GraphQL, a number of excellent blogs have been written about how multi-auth can readily support the public read, authenticated CRUD use case:

This post describes using multi-auth to support another use case: public create, authenticated read/update/delete.

· 6 min read
Peter Dyer

In this post I want to discuss one option for authorizing users to do "stuff" in a React web app built using AWS Amplify. We've walked through the process for creating React web apps that leverage AWS Amplify in other posts so I am going to assume if you are reading this you are familiar with the process.

· 10 min read
Peter Dyer

In this post we will create a very contrived ToDo App in React leveraging AWS Amplify and AWS AppSync. This post assumes a basic understanding of AWS Amplify (link to the docs below). You can get away without knowing very much about AWS AppSync, but the end result may not mean very much to you.

AWS Amplify docs

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