re: When starting a new project, when wouldn't you want to build in a cloud? VIEW POST

re: This has been my struggle. Being newer, I know larger cloud infrastructure well enough. But getting personal projects off the ground effectively ha...

You could try Elastic Beanstalk or AWS Amplify. They have a lot of recipes, and some that allow you to "just upload your code" and they do the rest.

From my experience, Amplify is great for UIs in general, but the GraphQL section has made me miserable more than once. And Beanstalk feels like CloudFormation "lite" for webapps. I do appreciate that Beanstalk leaves its architecture out in the open for you, but I've never found it to be much of a time saver.

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