Amplify Documentation for Next.js
AWS Amplify streamlines full-stack app development. With its libraries, CLI, and services, you can easily connect your frontend to the cloud for authentication, storage, APIs, and more.
Build fullstack apps with your framework of choice
Features for Next.js Auth Simple configuration
Easily configure auth for your app with Amplify CLI and Studio—supports login, MFA, social providers, and more. Then integrate auth with intuitive client library APIs.
Pre-built UI components
Quickly add polished auth and account UIs with <Authenticator> and <AccountSettings> UI components. Integrate seamlessly with minimal code.
Manage and maintain full control of your user base in Amplify Studio, without writing code.
GraphQL API Powerful data modeling
Model relationships between types, customize fields, and configure validation rules using the CLI or Amplify Studio's visual editor. Amplify turns your schema into fully implemented backend and frontend code.
Seamless real-time data access
Fetch and mutate data through generated GraphQL queries and mutations from your frontend. Sync data in real time and integrate backend data sources easily.
Implement fine-grained authorization to securely access data, while controlling auth at the API level or on individual fields. Manage access with AWS IAM policies or your own auth provider.
Functions Flexible runtime support
Write backend code in your preferred language or framework. Amplify handles deployment on AWS Lambda for serverless execution.
Mock functions locally to build and test without deploying to the cloud. Debug and iterate rapidly by emulating function behavior on your local machine.
Connect functions to data and auth events to trigger server-side workflows. Manage secrets, keys, and access controls.
Storage Upload and Download files
Upload and download files to and from cloud storage with advanced controls like pausing and resuming upload operations.
Advanced file operations and access control
Manage content through APIs for listing, accessing, and manipulating files. Set file permission levels, configure automatic events and triggers, and more.