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Keep your users safe away from hackers. Implement a secure user sign-up with Amazon Cognito.

  • This uses the pre-configured AWS resources hosted by AWS – – This sample application can be deployed to either Elastic Beanstalk or S3.
  • S3 will host this application as a static site while Elastic Beanstalk gives you the capability of adding backend operations to the requires your aws cli to be configured for JSON output.
  • It will prompt you to choose your deployment target (S3 or Elastic Beanstalk).
  • At this point of time, AWS Beanstalk requires all of the dependencies, including the devDependencies to be under the dependencies section.
  • To test this application using LocalStack, you can use the CLI the code is deployed to the local S3 server, the application is accessible via (Assuming “localapp” has been chosen as resource name in the previous step)

aws-cognito-angular-quickstart – An Angular(v5)-based QuickStart single-page app utilizing Amazon Cognito, S3, and DynamoDB (Serverless architecture)

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This uses the pre-configured AWS resources hosted by AWS

# Run the app in dev mode npm start

This sample application can be deployed to either Elastic Beanstalk or S3. S3 will host this application as a static site while Elastic Beanstalk gives you the capability of adding backend operations to the application.

createResources.sh requires your aws cli to be configured for JSON output.

Running the above command will create the necessary AWS resources and build & deploy your code to AWS. It will prompt you to choose your deployment target (S3 or Elastic Beanstalk). Choosing ‘S3’ makes your deployment completely serverless, while choosing Elastic Beanstalk will create an EC2 instance that will host this NodeJS app.

Caution: You might incur AWS charges after running the setup script

# Build the project and sync the output with the S3 bucket npm…

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