Ionic AWS S3 Integration with NodeJS – Part 2: Ionic App

By Simon

For long time the Amazaon Web Services (AWS) have been around and people love to use it as a backend or simply storage engine. In this series we will see how we can upload files from our Ionic app to a S3 bucket inside AWS with a simple NodeJS server in the middle!

In the first part of this series we’ve built a simple NodeJS backend which acts as our gateway to AWS. Our backend has they keys and a user to access our AWS services, so our Ionic app will need to ask for permission / the signed URL to make a request to AWS. Make sure you’ve the first part up and running before continuing!

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