The AWS Amplify Console is a continuous deployment and hosting service for modern web applications with serverless backends. Modern web applications include single page app frameworks like React, Angular, and Vue, and static-site generators like Jekyll, Hugo, and Gatsby.
AWS CodeStar is a cloud‑based development service that provides the tools you need to quickly develop, build, and deploy applications on AWS. With AWS CodeStar, you can set up your entire continuous delivery toolchain in minutes, allowing you to start releasing code faster. AWS CodeStar makes it easy for your whole team to work together securely, with built-in role-based policies that allow you to easily manage access and add owners, contributors, and viewers to your projects. Each AWS CodeStar project comes with a unified project dashboard and integration with Atlassian JIRA software, a third-party issue tracking and project management tool. With the AWS CodeStar project dashboard, you can easily track your entire software development process, from a backlog work item to production code deployment.
AWS Amplify Console is ranked 11th in Release Automation while AWS CodeStar is ranked 12th in Release Automation. AWS Amplify Console is rated 0.0, while AWS CodeStar is rated 0.0. On the other hand, AWS Amplify Console is most compared with Microsoft Azure DevOps, AWS CodeDeploy, GitLab and Ansible, whereas AWS CodeStar is most compared with AWS CodePipeline and Microsoft Azure DevOps.
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