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Deploying React App with AWS Amplify

Posted by Ninja Space Content on Thursday, April 15, 2021, In : AWS 
I created an AWS account 3 months ago but hadn't deployed anything on any of their services until last evening! A few months ago, I was having trouble with AWS Elastic Beanstalk and decided to put it in the back burner to learn Angular and TypeScript. Now, I'm ready to dig into AWS again. Instead of using AWS Elastic Beanstalk this time, which was what I originally had in mind, I decided to try out AWS Amplify to see if deploying my React app this way would be easier. It definitely is.

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Deploying React App on AWS Beanstalk

Posted by Ninja Space Content on Sunday, January 24, 2021, In : AWS 
Here are the steps that I took to deploy my React App today: 
  1. First sign up for a free AWS account
  2. Create a new app in AWS Beanstalk
  3. Use git to bundle my source according to instructions here: $ git archive -v -o --format=zip HEAD
  4. One thing that I noticed that AWS Beanstalk looks for to run the files in there server.js (back-end) and client folder (front-end). So I'll need to make some changes. Example: my server file should be named server.js and not "index.js" like I have now. Also, t...

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