233sec/laravel-asset-cdn

Content Delivery Network (CDN) Package for Laravel

dev-master 2016-12-11 04:59 UTC

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Content Delivery Network Package for Laravel

The package provides the developer the ability to upload his assets (or any public file) to a CDN with a single artisan command. And then it allows him to switch between the local and the online version of the files.

Laravel Support

  • For Laravel 5.1 use the latest realease (master).
  • For Laravel 4.2 use the realease v1.0.1 Last suport for L 4.2

Highlights

  • Amazon Web Services - S3
  • Artisan command to upload content to CDN
  • Simple Facade to access CDN assets

Installation

Via Composer

Require vinelab/cdn in your project:

composer require vinelab/cdn:*

Since this is a Laravel package we need to register the service provider:

Add the service provider to config/app.php:

'providers' => array(
     //...
     Vinelab\Cdn\CdnServiceProvider::class,
),

Configuration

Set the Credentials in the .env file.

Note: you must have an .env file at the project root, to hold your sensitive information.

AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID=
AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY=

Publish the package config file:

php artisan vendor:publish vinelab/cdn

You can find it at config/cdn.php

Default Provider
'default' => 'AwsS3',
CDN Provider Configuration
'aws' => [

    's3' => [

        'version'   => 'latest',
        'region'    => '',


        'buckets' => [
            'my-backup-bucket' => '*',
        ]
    ]
],
Multiple Buckets
'buckets' => [

    'my-default-bucket' => '*',

    // 'js-bucket' => ['public/js'],
    // 'css-bucket' => ['public/css'],
    // ...
]

Files & Directories

Include:

Specify directories, extensions, files and patterns to be uploaded.

'include'    => [
    'directories'   => ['public/dist'],
    'extensions'    => ['.js', '.css', '.yxz'],
    'patterns'      => ['**/*.coffee'],
],
Exclude:

Specify what to be ignored.

'exclude'    => [
    'directories'   => ['public/uploads'],
    'files'         => [''],
    'extensions'    => ['.TODO', '.txt'],
    'patterns'      => ['src/*', '.idea/*'],
    'hidden'        => true, // ignore hidden files
],
URL

Set the CDN URL:

'url' => 'https://s3.amazonaws.com',
HTTP

Set the HTTP parameters:

'http' => '['verify' => path-to-your-pem-certificate-file]',
Bypass

To load your LOCAL assets for testing or during development, set the bypass option to true:

'bypass' => true,
Cloudfront Support
'cloudfront'    => [
    'use' => false,
    'cdn_url' => ''
],
Other Configurations
'acl'           => 'public-read',
'metadata'      => [ ],
'expires'       => gmdate("D, d M Y H:i:s T", strtotime("+5 years")),
'cache-control' => 'max-age=2628000',

You can always refer to the AWS S3 Documentation for more details: aws-sdk-php

Usage

Push

Upload assets to CDN

php artisan cdn:push

Empty

Delete assets from CDN

php artisan cdn:empty

Load Assets

Use the facade Cdn to call the Cdn::asset() function.

Note: the asset works the same as the Laravel asset it start looking for assets in the public/ directory:

{{Cdn::asset('assets/js/main.js')}}        // example result: https://js-bucket.s3.amazonaws.com/public/assets/js/main.js

{{Cdn::asset('assets/css/style.css')}}        // example result: https://css-bucket.s3.amazonaws.com/public/assets/css/style.css

Note: the elixir works the same as the Laravel elixir it loads the manifest.json file from build folder and choose the correct file revision generated by gulp:

{{Cdn::elixir('assets/js/main.js')}}        // example result: https://js-bucket.s3.amazonaws.com/public/build/assets/js/main-85cafe36ff.js

{{Cdn::elixir('assets/css/style.css')}}        // example result: https://css-bucket.s3.amazonaws.com/public/build/assets/css/style-2d558139f2.css

To use a file from outside the public/ directory, anywhere in app/ use the Cdn::path() function:

{{Cdn::path('private/something/file.txt')}}        // example result: https://css-bucket.s3.amazonaws.com/private/something/file.txt

Test

To run the tests, run the following command from the project folder.

$ ./vendor/bin/phpunit

Support

On Github

Contributing

Please see CONTRIBUTING for details.

Security

If you discover any security related issues, please email mahmoud@vinelab.com instead of using the issue tracker.

Credits

License

The MIT License (MIT). Please see License File for more information.