How to use the @aws-amplify/datastore.DataStore.save function in @aws-amplify/datastore

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github dabit3 / amplify-datastore-example / src / App.js View on Github external
async function create() {
    const postData = {...form, status: PostStatus.INACTIVE}
    await DataStore.save(
      new Post(postData)
    );
    console.log('successfully created new post')
    updateForm({ title: '', rating: '' })
  }
  useEffect(() => {
github sebsto / amplify-datastore-js-e2e / src / App.js View on Github external
function onCreate() {
  DataStore.save(
    new Post({
      title: `New title ${Date.now()}`,
      rating: (function getRandomInt(min, max) {
        min = Math.ceil(min);
        max = Math.floor(max);
        return Math.floor(Math.random() * (max - min)) + min; //The maximum is exclusive and the minimum is inclusive
      })(1, 7),
      status: PostStatus.ACTIVE
    })
  );
}

@aws-amplify/datastore

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