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AWS SDK for JavaScript
Developer Guide for SDK v2.196.0

Document History for AWS SDK for JavaScript

The following table describes the documentation for this release of the AWS SDK for JavaScript.

  • SDK version: v2.196.0

  • Latest documentation update: February 16, 2018

Change Description Date
SDK for JavaScript Developer Guide on GitHub The SDK for JavaScript Developer Guide is available in markdown format in its own documentation repo. You can post issues you would like the guide to address or submit pull requests to submit proposed changes. February 16, 2018
New Amazon DynamoDB code sample A new Node.js code sample for updating a DynamoDB table using the Document Client has been added. See Using the DynamoDB Document Client for the sample code. February 14, 2018
New Topic on AWS Cloud9 A topic describing how to use AWS Cloud9 to develop and debug browser and Node.js code has been added. See Using AWS Cloud9 with the AWS SDK for JavaScript. February 5, 2018
New Topic on SDK Logging A topic describing how to log API calls made with the SDK for JavaScript has been added, including information about using a third-party logger. See Logging AWS SDK for JavaScript Calls. February 5, 2018
Updated Topic on Region Setting The topic describing how to set the region used with the SDK has been updated and expanded, including information about the order of precedence for setting the region. See Setting the AWS Region. December 12, 2017
New Amazon SES Code Examples The section with SDK code examples has been updated to include five new examples for working with Amazon SES. For more information about these code examples, see Amazon Simple Email Service Examples. November 9, 2017
Usability Improvements Based on recent usability testing, a number of changes have been made to improve documentation usability.
  • Code samples are more clearly identified as targeted either for browser or Node.js execution.

  • TOC links no longer jump immediately to other web content, including the API Reference.

  • Includes more linking in Getting Started section to details on obtaining AWS credentials.

  • Provides more information about common Node.js features needed to use the SDK. For more information, see Node.js Considerations.

August 9, 2017
New DynamoDB Code Examples The section with SDK code examples has been updated to re-write the two previous examples as well as add three brand new examples for working with DynamoDB. For more information about these code examples, see Amazon DynamoDB Examples. June 21, 2017
New IAM Code Examples The section with SDK code examples has been updated to include five new examples for working with IAM. For more information about these code examples, see AWS IAM Examples. December 23, 2016
New CloudWatch and Amazon SQS Code Examples The section with SDK code examples has been updated to include new examples for working with CloudWatch and with Amazon SQS. For more information about these code examples, see Amazon CloudWatch Examples and Amazon SQS Examples. December 20, 2016
New Amazon EC2 Code Examples The section with SDK code examples has been updated to include five new examples for working with Amazon EC2. For more information about these code examples, see Amazon EC2 Examples. December 15, 2016
List of supported browsers made more visible The list of browsers supported by the SDK for JavaScript, which was previously found in the topic on Prerequisites, has been given its own topic to make it more visible in the table of contents. November 16, 2016
Initial publication of the new Developer Guide The previous Developer Guide is now deprecated. The new Developer Guide has been reorganized to make information easier to find. When either Node.js or browser JavaScript scenarios present special considerations, those are identified as appropriate. The guide also provides additional code examples that are better organized to make them easier and faster to find. October 28, 2016