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is a highly available and flexible non-relational data store that offloads the work of database administration. Developers simply store
and query data items via web services requests and Amazon SimpleDB does the rest.
This App Inventor example project uses the RESTful interface. Actually the interface is simple ;-) (see screenshots below), the only problem is to sign the REST request, but this problem I already solved for you! And if you take a closer look at that documentation, you will realize, that this was the ugly part...
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You probably also might be interested in the App Inventor - CouchDB and App Inventor - MongoDB interfaces.
Follow the Set up steps
to get an Access Key ID and Secret Access Key and enter these keys into the 2 corresponding global variables in the App Inventor sources.
To reduce data latency in your applications, select a regional endpoint to make your requests and modify the global variable endpoint in the App Inventor sources accordingly.
See the documentation how to create a domain.
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See the documentation how to put data into a domain.
Note: When you put attributes, notice that the Replace parameter is optional, and set to false by default. If you do not explicitly set Replace to true, a new attribute name-value pair is created each time; even if the Name value already exists in your Amazon SimpleDB domain.
See the documentation how to get data from a domain.
See the documentation how to build a SELECT expression.
The Select operation returns a set of Attributes for ItemNames that match the select expression. Select is similar to the standard SQL SELECT statement.
The WebViewString property helps to simplify the example and we can pass parameters to the HTML file stored as asset inside of the app.
These are some further blocks used. Note: you can take a look at how the signing request works after buying the source code.
Tested successfully on Nexus 5 running Android 4.4.4.
You can test this functionality with the apk file, which is available for download here: Download SimpleDB apk file.
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