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Amazon Web Services Books
Programming S3, EC2, SQS and FPS
Programming S3, EC2, SQS and FPS, by James Murty (March 2008). Discusses how companies can take advantage of Amazon Web Services (AWS), data storage and bandwidth; background and technical detail for using Amazon's subscription-based Simple Storage Service (S3), Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2), Simple Queue Service (SQS), Flexible Payments Service (FPS), and SimpleDB to build web-scale business applications; learn how to store and retrieve data using application servers, unlimited storage and bandwidth with the S3 service, buy computing time using Amazon’s EC2 interface, use Amazon’s web-scale messaging infrastructure, leverage the Amazon FPS service to structure payment instructions, create and store multiple data sets, query your data, return results using the SimpleDB, and scale up or down as needed.
Developing Web Apps Using AWS and PHP
The Web Developer’s Guide to Amazon E-Commerce Service: Developing Web Applications Using Amazon Web Services and PHP, by Jason Levitt (April 2005). Discusses Amazon Wed Services, where Amazon products come from, features and interfaces, Amazon’s APIs, Amazon identifiers, the search architecture, Amazon e-commerce service operations, getting started with Amazon e-commerce service, developing with REST and PHP, developing with SOAP and PHP, developing with XSLT, structure of e-commerce service requests, response groups, common Amazon units, ItemSearch, pagination, sorting, product details, customers, sellers, the remote cart, international Amazon e-commerce service, and Amazon seller services. Mashups Mashups, by Francis Shanahan (January 2007). Discusses Web 2.0, the Amazon web service platform, the e-commerce service, the Amazon Mechanical Turk, the Amazon Simple Queue Service (SQS), the Amazon Elastic Compute Service, the Amazon Simple Storage service (S3), Alexa, other mashable services, development tools, the technology, mashup techniques, creating your first remix, building your first mashup, putting the browser to work, an Ajax-powered wish list, consumer browser using JSON, improving performance, Amazon mobile, a generic storage solution using Amazon S3, and future ideas.
Building Applications with the Amazon API
Mining Amazon Web Services: Building Applications with the Amazon API, by John Paul Mueller (January 2004). Discusses learning about Amazon Web Services, using Amazon Web Services to your ad\vantage, working with web services data, starting the development process, writing applications using VBA, writing applications using Visual Studio, writing applications using PHP, writing applications using Java, writing applications for mobile devices, crafting an application, considering user needs, and other refinements you should consider.
Amazon Hacks: 100 Tips and Tool
Amazon Hacks: 100 Industrial-Strength Tips and Tools, by Paul Bausch (August 2003). Discusses web services, what web services are, why expose an API?, what you need, what you can do, making requests, SOAP web services, working with responses, view XML responses in a browser, embed product details into a web page with PHP, program AWS with PHP, program AWS with Python, program AWS with Perl, encode text for URLs, compare international sales, browsing and searching, controlling your information, participating in the Amazon community, selling through Amazon, and associates program.

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Update :: November 20, 2019