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März 2019 – Thomas‘ Blog
Mrz 222019
 

My second app is ready!

You can find the story behind that here: Story

What I have done:

New in this app:

  • AWS Translate for translate founded text.

And from day one:

  • AWS Rekognition Service for finding text in the image supplied by the client
  • AWS APIGateway as endpoint for the app
  • AWS Lambda to combine APIGateway and Rekognition Service
  • CloudFormation for automatic deployings
  • Ionic Framework for the client app on iOS and Android
  • Swagger to generate an Angular Client

Spending time

One train journey from JavaLand (Phantasialand/Brühl) to Braunschweig with delay.

What I learned?

  • AWS is always awesome! Because it is very easy to use and to combine AWS services.
  • My CORS – Problem isn´t automated, yet. I´ll try on.
  • One train journey is enough time for an App in prototype style, maybe change my story title…

Video

http://blog.thomasmichael.de/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/Day-Two-HD-720p.mov

Whole Story

Mrz 212019
 

My first app is complete!

You can find the story behind that here: Story

What I have done:

  • AWS Rekognition Service for finding text in the image supplied by the client
  • AWS APIGateway as endpoint for the app
  • AWS Lambda to combine APIGateway and Rekognition Service
  • CloudFormation for automatic deployings
  • Ionic Framework for the client app on iOS and Android
  • Swagger to generate an Angular Client

What I learned?

  • AWS is awesome! Because it is very easy to use and to combine AWS services.
  • My lambda function is obsolete, because of using Rekognition Service directly from APIGateway (next app, day-two or app-three)
  • Swagger is awesome too! Generate it from APIGateway, then using it to generate a technical client or server (maybe next times). This time I just focused on the domainmodel.
  • With ionic, Android Version works easier then iOS version. That’s a pity.

Video

http://blog.thomasmichael.de/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/40-days-40-apps-day-one.mp4