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Tag: S3

Uploading to Amazon S3 with HTTP POST using the AWS SDK for .NET

Generally speaking, access to your Amazon S3 resources requires your AWS credentials, though there are situations where you would like to grant certain forms of limited access to other users. For example, to allow users temporary access to download a non-public object, you can generate a pre-signed URL. Another common situation is where you want […]

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Amazon S3 PHP Stream Wrapper

As of the 2.3.0 release, the AWS SDK for PHP now provides an official Amazon S3 PHP stream wrapper. The stream wrapper allows you to treat Amazon S3 like a filesystem using functions like fopen(), file_get_contents(), and filesize() through a custom stream wrapper protocol. The Amazon S3 stream wrapper opens up some interesting possibilities that […]

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Syncing Data with Amazon S3

Warning: this blog post provides instructions for AWS SDK for PHP V2, if you are looking for AWS SDK for PHP V3 instructions, please see our SDK guide. Have you ever needed to upload an entire directory of files to Amazon S3 or download an Amazon S3 bucket to a local directory? With a recent release […]

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AWS at Symfony Live Portland 2013

A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of attending the Symfony Live Portland 2013 conference. This year, Symfony Live co-located with the very large DrupalCon, and though I did not attend any of the DrupalCon sessions, I did get to talk to many Drupal developers during lunches and the hack day. It was awesome […]

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Transferring Files To and From Amazon S3

A common question that I’ve seen on our PHP forums is whether there is an easy way to directly upload from or download to a local file using the Amazon S3 client in the AWS SDK for PHP. The typical usage of the PutObject operation in the PHP SDK looks like the following: use AwsCommonAws; […]

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