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I don't know if I understand you well but as far as I understand from your question, you need to implement API on your server in order to let a user get his/her data whenever he/she signs in.
You have texts and numbers on your server indicating which username and password they belong to. When a user signs in, you send a request to the API, and let the API know which user's data it should send you back. You can store your data on AWS, and implement the API on AWS. Every time you send request to the API to send you the texts and numbers back, you will have to have the user sign in and send the user's indicator (user id) so that the API knows which user's texts and numbers to send you back.
I do apologize if I misunderstood your question and wrote irrelative answer.
Develephants plugins do apply to this question, but this isn't really a beginners topic, so you won't find beginner tuts. That said, the last time I looked, his tuts were pretty good.
The approach I'd take is:
PS - To anyone reading this who can suggest specific services/options, please provide links for the OP.
Develephant's plugins on marketplace:
Coronium Core Page: https://www.develephant.com/
PPS - If I read your post correctly, SkyTable sound like the right fit for you.
It isn't just you. Develephant does give some examples of usage, but he does for the most part leave it up to you to choose how to use his content.
From my own experience re: trying to make examples, it is very hard to get into the mind of end-users, and far easier to give a general example instead.
Personally I would use playfab for this. They have a free indie tier as well.
Personally, I use a bespoke backend running on my servers. I store both JSON and relational data in a MySQL database. I have written a secure API that my games access via https.
But it all depends on what level you are and how much you need to scale.
You could probably store simple JSON on any "free host" and move to a paid solution if your app/games scales.
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