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AWS CodeStar User Guide History

The following table describes important changes to the documentation since the last release of the AWS CodeStar User Guide.

  • Latest documentation update: December 20, 2017

Change Description Date Changed
AWS CodeStar available in Asia Pacific (Tokyo) and Canada (Central) AWS CodeStar is now available in the Asia Pacific (Tokyo) and Canada (Central) regions. For more information, see AWS CodeStar in the Amazon Web Services General Reference. December 20, 2017
AWS CodeStar supports AWS Cloud9

AWS CodeStar now supports using AWS Cloud9, a web browser-based online IDE, to work with project code. For more information, see Use AWS Cloud9 with AWS CodeStar.

For a list of supported AWS regions, see AWS Cloud9 in the Amazon Web Services General Reference.

November 30, 2017
AWS CodeStar supports GitHub AWS CodeStar now supports storing project code in GitHub. For more information, see Create a Project. October 12, 2017
AWS CodeStar available in US West (N. California) and EU (London) AWS CodeStar is now available in the US West (N. California) and EU (London) regions. For more information, see AWS CodeStar in the Amazon Web Services General Reference. August 17, 2017
AWS CodeStar available in Asia Pacific (Sydney), Asia Pacific (Singapore), and EU (Frankfurt) AWS CodeStar is now available in the Asia Pacific (Sydney), Asia Pacific (Singapore), and EU (Frankfurt) regions. For more information, see AWS CodeStar in the Amazon Web Services General Reference. July 25, 2017
AWS CloudTrail supports AWS CodeStar AWS CodeStar is now integrated with CloudTrail, a service that captures API calls made by or on behalf of AWS CodeStar in your AWS account and delivers the log files to an Amazon S3 bucket you specify. For more information, see Logging API Calls with CloudTrail. June 14, 2017
Initial release This is the first release of the AWS CodeStar User Guide. April 19, 2017