Changes AWS AppSync now supports X-Ray
Changes AppSync: AWS AppSync now supports the ability to add, configure, and maintain caching for your AWS AppSync GraphQL API.
Changes Adds a configuration option for AppSync GraphQL APIs
Changes AWS AppSync now supports the ability to add additional authentication providers to your AWS AppSync GraphQL API as well as the ability to retrieve directives configured against fields or object type definitions during schema introspection.
Changes AWS AppSync now supports: 1. Pipeline Resolvers - Enables execution of one or more operations against multiple data sources in order, on a single GraphQL field. This allows orchestration of actions by composing code into a single Resolver, or share code across Resolvers. 2. Aurora Serverless Data Source - Built-in resolver for executing GraphQL operations with the new Aurora Serverless Data API, including connection management functionality.
Changes This release adds support for configuring HTTP endpoints as data sources for your AWS AppSync GraphQL API.
Changes This release adds support for authorizing your AWS AppSync endpoint with an OpenID Connect compliant service and also to configure your AWS AppSync endpoint to log requests to Amazon CloudWatch Logs.
Changes AWS AppSync now supports for None Data Source, CreateApiKey now supports setting expiration on API keys, new API UpdateApiKey supports updating expiration on API keys.
Changes AWS AppSync is an enterprise-level, fully managed GraphQL service with real-time data synchronization and offline programming features.