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    Jeff Finley
    @quickliketurtle
    I don’t thing it does at this time. I don’t see anything related to function versions / version weights...
    GregLinthicum
    @GregLinthicum
    Just for trivia quiz: Is https://aws-amplify.github.io owned by Amazon/AWS or are you a partner?
    Jeff Finley
    @quickliketurtle
    Owned by AWS, released as Open Source.
    GregLinthicum
    @GregLinthicum
    Thank you.
    Srinivas Gangji
    @srinivas-gangji
    Hello, I wanted to share an important lesson I learned while troubleshooting my issue (Please see my issue above). If NODE_ENV is set to 'production', npm ci command will only install production dependencies. In my case, I had set NODE_ENV to 'production' in amplify console ( for 'test' and 'prod' branches) and was using npm ci to install the dependencies, the build step was failing, as this step would require 'dev' dependencies.
    rathoregee
    @rathoregee
    Hi Guys - is there a link to connect cogntio SSO (already linked with a azure AD)
    Wouter van den Broek
    @wbroek
    @rathoregee you mean to connect cognito to AD by SAML?
    rathoregee
    @rathoregee
    we have azure ad to cogntio link by SAML. now i want to setup my angular app to using congntio redirect to azure ad for user login and come back to my after succesful login
    rathoregee
    @rathoregee
    @wbroek its std sso i meant!
    Wouter van den Broek
    @wbroek
    You should use the Cognito Hosted UI, https://aws-amplify.github.io/docs/js/authentication#oauth-and-federation-overview You add extra paramters for the Auth in Amplify
    rathoregee
    @rathoregee
    cool
    rathoregee
    @rathoregee
    @wbroek any thing related to angular? it seems it is react examples
    Wouter van den Broek
    @wbroek
    The JS docs general with some React examples yes, but there are multiple examples online with Angular like https://medium.com/@arjunsk/cognito-hosted-ui-with-amplify-in-angular-7-26c9285675c4
    rathoregee
    @rathoregee
    thanks mate
    rathoregee
    @rathoregee
    getting this error after --> amazoncognito.com/error?error=redirect_mismatch&client_id
    Wouter van den Broek
    @wbroek
    Then settings are not correct, urls en (client) id’s need to be correct/same as in cognito
    Amir Hajimirsadeghi
    @amirhajimirsadeghi
    I deleted my CloudFormation stack for one of my environments, what's the fastest way to recreate it? I get this error when I try to push: An error occured during the push operation: Stack with id amplify-client-webapp-staging-194857 does not exist
    dmwever
    @dmwever
    I am getting this error when I try to install Amplify AWS to my Android Studio project.
    ERROR: C:\Users\dmwev\StudioProjects\LendaHand\LendaHandApp\amplify-gradle-config.json (The system cannot find the file specified)
    I am following the API instructions to the letter, and this happens when I get to the section labeled "(Optional) Add Gradle Plugin to auto generate models"
    FelipeD-FiveTalent
    @FelipeD-FiveTalent
    Is there a way to get email from a user after Auth.federatedSignIn({provider: 'Facebook'}). I have a pre-sign up func thats expecting an email but I dont know if I can get it from the user after they attempt log in
    tedhopps
    @tedhopps
    @FelipeD-FiveTalent it should map onto your cognito attributes
    on thing to keep in mind is that FB allows users to sign up using a phone number so an email is not guaranteed to exist
    Kros21
    @Kros21
    How are you?
    Jeff Finley
    @quickliketurtle
    :wave:
    Kros21
    @Kros21
    $ expo init myAmplifyProject
    [21:15:36] Input is required, but Expo CLI is in non-interactive mode.
    Hello, Jeff.
    Nice to meet you. thanks
    I am getting this error now, in "expo init myAmplifyProject"
    I am testing the sample project now
    Kros21
    @Kros21
    Can you help me?
    Takeshi
    @iwatakeshi
    Hi, would anyone know how I can access the IAM credentials in a Lambda function when using an AppSync client? The docs show how it can be done within an app. However, it doesn't show how to do so for Lambdas.
    Clay Mitchell
    @claym
    hey does anybody know how to make a cognito group where the username is case insensitive? it's an option now i guess, but devil if i can figure out how
    @iwatakeshi you'd probably do that through the AWS SDK API @ https://docs.aws.amazon.com/AWSJavaScriptSDK/latest/AWS/IAM.html
    it's available inside a lambda, i've used it to access cognito pools and use SES
    Daniel S. Dantas
    @dantasfiles
    @Kros21 what are you using to execute the command? linux? windows? git bash? powershell? cmd?
    @claym I've been curious, is the IAM role you get in the lambda the lambda's role, or the authenticated user role? the docs are confusing but I think it's the former? what did you find?
    Takeshi
    @iwatakeshi
    @claym Thanks for the response. I have the same question as @dantasfiles. Also, would it matter if I'm using Amplify?
    Clay Mitchell
    @claym
    @iwatakeshi API makes it look like you can look up whatever IAM role/member/whatever you want. there's a billion methods
    i don't see why it would matter if you're using amplify. i created my lambda via amplify add function, then access the AWS SDK like normal
    Takeshi
    @iwatakeshi
    @claym Great, thanks!
    Clay Mitchell
    @claym
    make sure you grant the role that's executing the lambda the ability to look up the IAM stuff.
    Takeshi
    @iwatakeshi
    Ah, so after I create the function using the cli, I need to give a role to access AppSync. Is that correct?
    FelipeD-FiveTalent
    @FelipeD-FiveTalent
    @tedhopps Thank you!
    Kros21
    @Kros21
    @dantasfiles , thanks
    I passed that process now
    but I am not sure about Graphql now
    How to construct the GraphQL backend?
    Daniel S. Dantas
    @dantasfiles
    @Kros21 amplify add api then amplify push