Create a dynamic web application to track DynamoDB data - Amazon DynamoDB
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Create a dynamic web application to track DynamoDB data

The following code examples show how to create a web application that tracks and reports on work items.

.NET
Amazon SDK for .NET

Shows how to use the Amazon DynamoDB .NET API to create a dynamic web application that tracks DynamoDB work data.

For complete source code and instructions on how to set up and run, see the full example on GitHub.

Services used in this example

  • DynamoDB

  • Amazon SES

Java
SDK for Java 2.x

Shows how to use the Amazon DynamoDB API to create a dynamic web application that tracks DynamoDB work data.

For complete source code and instructions on how to set up and run, see the full example on GitHub.

Services used in this example

  • DynamoDB

  • Amazon SES

JavaScript
SDK for JavaScript V3

Shows how to use the Amazon DynamoDB API to create a dynamic web application that tracks DynamoDB work data.

For complete source code and instructions on how to set up and run, see the full example on GitHub.

Services used in this example

  • DynamoDB

  • Amazon SES

Kotlin
SDK for Kotlin
Note

This is prerelease documentation for a feature in preview release. It is subject to change.

Shows how to use the Amazon DynamoDB API to create a dynamic web application that tracks DynamoDB work data.

For complete source code and instructions on how to set up and run, see the full example on GitHub.

Services used in this example

  • DynamoDB

  • Amazon SES

Python
SDK for Python (Boto3)

Shows how to use the Amazon SDK for Python (Boto3) to create a web application that tracks work items in Amazon DynamoDB and emails reports by using Amazon Simple Email Service (Amazon SES). This example uses the Flask web framework to host a local website and render templated web pages.

  • Integrate a Flask web application with Amazon services.

  • List, add, update, and delete items in a DynamoDB table.

  • Send an email report of filtered work items using Amazon SES.

  • Make Amazon requests with an Amazon Identity and Access Management (IAM) role that restricts permissions.

  • Deploy and manage example resources with the included Amazon CloudFormation script.

For complete source code and instructions on how to set up and run, see the full example on GitHub.

Services used in this example

  • DynamoDB

  • Amazon SES

For a complete list of Amazon SDK developer guides and code examples, see Using DynamoDB with an Amazon SDK. This topic also includes information about getting started and details about previous SDK versions.