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What is DreamFactory?
DreamFactory is the premier API lifecycle management platform.
It eliminates duplication of effort in code development, documentation, and testing by allowing you to model your application easily and create fully-documented REST API.
This enables agile application developers to build, deploy and maintain new applications faster.
DreamFactory's capabilities go well beyond integrating APIs with a wide range of authentication providers. Additional security-related features include:
- Automated API key management
- Granular role-based access controls, allowing you to restrict APIs to specific endpoints and even limit access by HTTP method
- Request volume limiting on a per-service, per-user, and even a per-endpoint basis
- The ability to extend endpoints using custom scripting, allowing for data masking, input validation, geofencing, and much more
What is Evernote?
Evernote is an app designed as a place to brainstorm, outline, collect, create and share your ideas across all of your devices, anywhere, anytime.
Users can use Evernote to; Jot down ideas & create to-do lists, save photos, receipts & snapshots, create task lists & reminders, or collect sets of notes in notebook stacks.
Evernote is a web-based application and uses the Evernote desktop and mobile apps to work across many devices. Evernote seamlessly syncs your information from all devices so you can find them anywhere while keeping your data secure.
What is Amazon Cognito?
Amazon Cognito provides a simple way to manage the identities of your users and synchronize app data across all devices. Developers can use Amazon Cognito to secure their apps with Login with Amazon, Facebook, or Google login providers, and also support unauthenticated guests who are not permitted to log in. With Amazon Cognito, you can save virtually any kind of data in the AWS Cloud or on-premises servers.