Setup of An Application Using AWS Appsync & Sending Request Using Postman,Graphql Playground

ankana likhita sri priya
Jul 17 · 5 min read
Image 1: Login to the console and at services click AWS Appsync.
Image 2: Create API.
Image 3: Enter API name.
Image 4: Click on schema.
Image 5: Save the schema.
Image 6: Create Resource.
Image 7: Use new type or existing resource type.
Image 8: Enter details of your Dyanmo DB table.
Image 9: Create your DynamoDB table.
Image 10: It starts updating.
Image 11: Click on table name you created.
Image 12: Select sample template
Image 13: Save the resolver.
Image 14: Click on table name you created.
Image 15: Select mapping template.
Image 16: Click table name.
Image 17: Add code as per your requirements.
Image 18: Click on Table name
Image 19: A table is created in DyanmoDb.
Image 20: Design queries as per your requirement.
Image 21: User is confirmed.
Image 22: Copy app client ID
Image 23: Select your user pool.
Image 24: Click on Login with User Pools.
Image 25: Click on Login.
Image 26: Select your operation to perform.
Image 27: Output is displayed.
Image 28: In DynamoDb data is inserted.
Image 29: Give your http headers.
Image 30: The data is inserted in DB.
Image 31: select your operation.
Image 32: Output is displayed.
Image 33: Data is deleted in DB.
Image 34: Select your operation and output is displayed.
Image 35: Using graphql also we can test.
Image 36: Copy the request payload.
Image 37: Test in postman by adding the request payload in Body.
Image 38: Marker is placed in that location.

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