Amplify + Nuxt
Video series covering how to set up AWS Amplify in a new Nuxt Application. How to add authentication using Cognito and Amplify's Auth class methods. How to add a secure and public GraphQL API. Then, how to deploy our application via the Amplify CLI on S3
How To Setup AWS Amplify in a New Nuxt Project
We go over how install the AWS Amplify CLI and configure it locally on our machine. We'll create a new Nuxt project using create-nuxt-app. Then lastly, we'll configure Amplify to our Nuxt project so the two can successfully communicate with one another.
How To Add Authentication Using AWS Amplify's Auth Class In A Nuxt App
In this lesson we'll go over how to add authentication to our Nuxt application using AWS Amplify. We'll also go over how to setup a Vuex store to interface with Amplify's Auth API.
Adding Register and Login Flows Using AWS Amplify in a Nuxt App
We continue with our Amplify authentication by implementing our login and register flows within our Nuxt app. We'll add registration, email confirmation, login, login, and session persisting.
How To Add A Public And Private GraphQL API with AWS Amplify
In this lesson we cover how to add a GraphQL API with AWS Amplify consisting of both public and private endpoints.
Implementing Our Private & Public Amplify GraphQL API In Our Nuxt App
In this lesson we'll be implementing the publicly and privately accessible GraphQL API that we created in the last lesson within our Nuxt project.
How To Deploy A Nuxt SPA To AWS Amplify
In this lesson we cover how to deploy our Nuxt application as an SPA to AWS Amplify.
How To Deploy a Nuxt SPA to AWS Amplify for Production
We'll learn how to create and deploy an Amplify production environment so that our development data and production data are separate from one another.