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Amazon CodeCatalyst provides blueprints for collaborative app development

By Niraj Paliwal - December 02, 2022 1 Mins Read

During a keynote address at re:Invent 2022, Amazon announced CodeCatalyst, a service designed to remove the burden of building apps across multiple codebases, tools, and environments.

According to Amazon CTO Werner Vogels, CodeCatalyst, which is currently in preview, offers developers a “single place” to use to build an app on Amazon Web Services (AWS). It is based on the idea of blueprints. An external Git repository or a source code repository with initial sample code and AWS service configuration are examples of the resources that a CodeCatalyst blueprint creates for a project.

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An issue tracker, such as Jira, as well as other integrated tools, such as dashboards to surface a feed of project activities, such as test reporting, and unified search across users, issues, code, and other project resources, are optional additions to the blueprint.

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