Hi Dana Lee Gibson, thanks for reading and taking the time to respond! GH Pages is great and offers a quick, simple solution for personal sites. However, the restraints include:
Hi Brigan Enser, thanks for reading and responding! That’s interesting, have you set up any routes/controllers yet? It could be erroring out due to this, let me know if it’s still broken after this and we can look into it further.
Hi Anthony Barkley and Jason, I’m currently working on Part Two of a new set of posts using Amplify’s Console and CLI. The first part can be found here, thanks again for reading!
Hi @itsji10dra! Thanks for taking the time to read and respond. Regarding the above, I understand I didn’t word my post too well and you’re correct. The minimum instances required for Elastic Beanstalk’s Load Balancers are 1–2, therefore the maximum should be set to 2. Thank you for bringing this up!
Hi Jason I’m currently in the process of rewriting/updating the post — the reason this is occurring is because awsmobile has somewhat been rebranded into AWS Amplify, it’s very similar but some of what’s written here needs to be updated.
Hi Paweł Zubkiewicz thanks for reading! I’m not sure about DynamoDB being publicly accessible? To access DynamoDB you need AWS Credentials, which have access to the correct resources. In this model, Amplify takes care of Authentication through the API module. All requests made are automatically signed with a AWS v4 signature, so any requests made to…
Hi Gerald Carter, sorry for the delay in getting back to you. Looking at the error you mentioned above, it might be down to the command you used in your pipelines script or the name of your app/environment on AWS.
Using my example above, my elastic beanstalk app was called MyApplication and the environment I used was…
Hi Ezequiel Frescó Werchowsky, thanks for reading and getting in touch! Apologies, it seems like I might’ve done, thank you for letting me know, I’ll update the post with the changes.
Regarding your error, it looks like it’s an issue with AWS and not being able to read your credentials. Have you downloaded the AWS CLI…
Ryan Pereira Thanks for reading and getting in touch!
Here, I’m explaining that you should setup a brand new jekyll site and add your Gem, that you’ve just built, to the Gemfile and running bundle install. When adding your gem, you need to specify it’s path, like this: gem “YOURTHEME” => :path => “path/to/your/gem”.