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The Serverless API

A recipe for fully dynamic browser apps

AWS Nomads #4: How to provide dynamic content and functionality to your web app. Everything here can be done from a mobile browser, and will cost less than a cup of coffee per month.

Serverless doesn’t mean no servers. It means more servers than you can imagine.




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Building web applications since 1992. Crikey, that’s a long time.

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