Build your own AWS smart AI connector, using the AWS Java SDK

Build your own AWS smart AI connector, using the AWS Java SDK | The Big Dev Theory | S5 | Ep.2

Stuart Clark
Amazon Employee
Published Nov 21, 2023
Last Modified Apr 18, 2024
In this episode of The Big Dev Theory on Twitch Trong Tran, developer and member of the AWS development team at Mendix and Nicolas Kunz Vega, Ecosystem Solutions Consultant at Mendix will take you through the journey of their day-to-day work where they’ll show you how they at Mendix build their AWS connectors. Using Amazon Comprehend we make our Mendix Claims template even smarter and extract more relevant data out of customer submissions. This template already uses the Amazon Textract AI to get customer input from hand written documents, but the next step is to make the life of claims managers even easier by providing an intelligent and efficient way of getting the right data in front of them in a Mendix application.

Links Shared in the stream

  • Check out The community-sourced publication for low-code - https://medium.com/mendix / https://www.mendix.com/developer-center/blog/
  • Browse the documentation for Mendix products, read about latest releases, and make contributions for the Mendix community - https://docs.mendix.com/
  • Join the Mendix AWS Forum - https://forum.mendix.com/link/space/aws
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Stuart Clark, Senior Developer Advocate @ AWS
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