When are we getting DAX support for the V3 JS SDK?


Before you answer, I am the author of this issue https://github.com/aws/aws-sdk/issues/232

In the minute possibility that anyone from AWS actually sees this; when are we getting V3 JS SDK support for DAX?

It is absolutely ridiculous that you have effectively locked people out of this service just because you can't be bothered to update your clients to work with the latest version of the JS SDK, that you created!

Alternatively, if you continue to refuse to provide a DAX SDK, at least provide all the necessary information on how we can use and interact with the DAX service in a "bare bones" approach.

asked 9 months ago350 views
2 Answers

Hi Pablo,

Thank you for your valuable feedback regarding the AWS SDK issue. I appreciate your input, and I want to assure you that I will relay your message to the relevant team. However, I regret to inform you that I am unable to provide an estimated time for the implementation of V3 JS SDK support for DAX at this moment.

Your feedback is important to us, and it helps us in our ongoing efforts to enhance our services. If you have any more questions or concerns, please feel free to reach out to your Account Manger or TAM who can help you further.

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answered 9 months ago
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reviewed 4 months ago

I would say thank you, and that of course you can't get a time frame, but you know what, this is getting pretty ridiculous.

How was the V3 JS SDK even launched without support for DAX? And how long as it been out now? Coming up to 3 years in December. So you have purposely gimped people wanting to use the latest SDK, which you recommend, if they also want to use DAX.

If the purpose of this decision was to bin off DAX, then say so. If you do intend to support DAX in V3, then please provide a good explanation as to how it was not included from the outset.

answered 9 months ago

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