arsthanea/remote-media-bundle

3.0 2020-06-05 10:52 UTC

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Last update: 2021-09-10 06:57:46 UTC


README

This bundle enables you to store your assets in S3 bucket instead of local filesystem

Installation

composer require arsthanea/remote-media-bundle

Configuration

Add this bundle to your kernel after the KunstmaanMediaBundle:

…
  $bundles = [
    //
      new Kunstmaan\MediaBundle\KunstmaanMediaBundle(),
      new ArsThanea\RemoteMediaBundle\RemoteMediaBundle(),
    //
  ];
…

Setup S3 details in config.yml:

remote_media:
  cdn:
    # The public URL to your bucket. You may use a CDN for instance
    # If not sure leave null
    #
    media_url: https://a-cdn-for-my-bucket.cloudflare.net
    
    # cached thumbnails can be stored in a prefixed path.
    # the default value is the env name (i.e. "dev/") or no prefix on production
    #
    # cache_prefix: dev
    
    # To speed up cache resolution, provide a doctrine_cache provider:
    #
    # cache_provider: liip_imagine

    s3:
      bucket: acme-bundle
      
      # this is optional and defaults to eu-west-1
      #
      # region: eu-west-1
      
      # please provide AWS access key and secret for this bucket:
      #
      access_key: %aws_access_key%
      access_secret: %aws_access_secret%

You need to tweak the liip_imagine configuration a bit. Locate the default settings in config.yml or other place and set the cache and data_provider keys to remote_media value:

liip_imagine:
  cache: remote_media
  data_loader: remote_media

Setup cache provider

Use DoctrineCacheBundle (already used by Kunstmaan Bundles) to create a cache provider:

doctrine_cache:
  providers:
    liip_imagine:
      type: redis

Usage

Use media_url twig function to replace the media path with a CDN host. If you don’t need the CDN please keep in mind that Media::getUrl() now returns a full URL instead of just a relative path.

  <img src="{{ media_url(resource.image.url) }}">