Anima converts designs such as Figma or Adobe XD into HTML / React code.
AWS Amplify is “A set of purpose-built tools and features that lets front-end web and mobile developers quickly” as AWS puts it.
If your app has dynamic content, AWS Amplify is a great service that provides backend-as-a-service. Meaning it'll take a short time to set up your APIs, data tables, authentication (login), cloud functions, and connect to any AWS service.
When you are ready to go live with your app, you will need to host your code so users can access it. And, to connect a domain. AWS Amplify also covers hosting.
How to deploy React code to AWS Amplify
Open AWS console, and navigate to Amplify
Select "Get Started" under Deploy.
Select GitHub, then Continue
Authenticate with GitHub and return to the Amplify console. Choose the repository and master branch you created earlier, then select Next.
Accept the default build settings and select Next.
Review the final details and select Save and Deploy.
AWS Amplify will now build your source code and deploy your app at https://...amplifyapp.com.
Once the build completes, select the thumbnail to see your web app up and running live.