Brian Njenga
May 25, 2021 ⋅ 10 min read

Building a multi-tenant Amplify app with a React frontend

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5 Replies to "Building a multi-tenant Amplify app with a React frontend"

  1. Hi, why do call this an Amplify app? It’s not using Amplify, it’s using the serverless framework.

  2. Hey Haykel, the amplify library is used to authenticate tenants in the frontend repo and also in the serverless config.

    You probably have the amplify commands confused with the amplify framework, as highlighted in the AWS documentation – “AWS Amplify is a set of tools and services that can be used together or on their own, to help front-end web and mobile developers build scalable full stack applications, powered by AWS” in our use case we are using the JS library as a tool under the amplify set of tools.

    Hope this clears things up.

    1. But Haykel also has a point; when I am googling for the same keyword (amplify multi tenant), I am expecting a tutorial where the Amplify Full Stack (Amplify Studio, Amplify Hosting, Amplify Data Modelling and etc) is used instead of using the CLI.

      And Amplify team also encourages to not use single table design, but multi table design.

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