Resource manager eases your project resources management.

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Type: yii-extension

1.0.3 2016-01-08 12:27 UTC


This extension allows you to manage resources. Currently supports two possible scenarios:

  • Resources to save/or saved on a server's folder.
  • Resources to save/or saved on an Amazon S3 bucket.


The preferred way to install this extension is through composer.

Either run

php composer.phar require 2amigos/resource-manager "*"

or add

"2amigos/resource-manager": "*"

to the require section of your composer.json file.


Once the extension is installed, simply modify your application configuration as follows:

return array(
    'components' => array(
        'resourceManager' => 'EAmazonS3ResourceManager',
        'key' => 'YOUR-AWS-ACCESS-KEY-HERE',
        'secret' => 'YOUR-AWS-ACCESS-SECRET-HERE',
        'bucket' => 'YOUR-AWS-BUCKET-NAME-HERE',
        'region' => 'AWS-REGION-NAME-HERE',

Done. Now you can use our component to save some data to the Amazon S3 storage.


Here's possible code of your view:

<?php echo CHtml::beginForm('', 'post', array('enctype' => 'multipart/form-data')); ?>
    <?php echo CHtml::fileField('user-photo'); ?>
    <?php echo CHtml::submitButton('Upload new image'); ?>
<?php echo CHtml::endForm(); ?>

And this is how could look your controller code for processing the uploaded file:

$userPhoto = CUploadedFile::getInstanceByName('user-photo');
if ($userPhoto !== null) {
    if (!Yii::app()->getComponent('resourceManager')->saveFile($userPhoto, $userPhoto->getName())) {
        throw new CHttpException(500, 'Sorry, unable to upload your profile photo.');
    Yii::app()->getUser()->setFlash('userPhotoUpdated', 'Great, your profile photo has been updated!');


Looking for a version for the Yii 2? There is a dedicated repository for it: 2amigos/yii2-resource-manager-component.

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