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AWS Certified Developer - Associate Guide by Bhavin Parmar, Vipul Tankariya

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Step 2 – creating an application

Creating a web application and preparing the source code to deploy a web application varies in each of the supported programming languages such as Java, .NET, Node.js, PHP, Python, and Ruby. In this example, we have used a sample application provided by Amazon Elastic Beanstalk. It is very important to remember that AWS does not charge you for using Elastic Beanstalk services, but you need to pay for the resources you use for creating an application such as EC2, RDS, and so on. The steps for creating the sample application are as follows:

  1. To create and deploy a sample web application on Elastic Beanstalk, follow the preconfigured URL provided by AWS: https://console.aws.amazon.com/elasticbeanstalk/home#/newApplication?applicationName=getting-started&environmentType=LoadBalanced. ...

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