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DynamoDB Local for Desktop Development

Would you like to be able to write and test code that uses the Amazon DynamoDB API even if you have no network connection and without incurring any usage charges (AWS Free Usage Tier notwithstanding)?

Amazon is impressive in their capacity of listening and pushing out new features/tools. The Google AppEngine local SDK has been one of the friendliest tools for developing apps for the cloud. Now DynamoDB users seem to have something similar.

Original title and link: DynamoDB Local for Desktop Development (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://aws.typepad.com/aws/2013/09/dynamodb-local-for-desktop-development.html