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Serverless Single Page Apps by Ben Rady

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Deploy Again

In this chapter, we saw how to create and configure a DynamoDB table. You created some functions in our app that can write and read data from this table and gracefully handle credential timeouts. So let’s go ahead and deploy our app using the same ./sspa deploy_bucket command we used in Chapter 1. After that’s complete, we can bring up our app in a browser and test it out, while we consider what’s next.

Next Steps

Now that you understand how DynamoDB works, you might want to investigate these additional topics.

jQuery 3 and Promise/A+ Deferred

We could easily change some of the functions we looked at in this chapter to use A+ Promises, available in either jQuery 3 or ES6. Depending on which one you choose, you might need to change ...

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