Flysystem adapter for BunnyCDN


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Flysystem Adapter for BunnyCDN Storage

Build Status - Flysystem v2 Build Status - Flysystem v3
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To install flysystem-bunnycdn, require the package with no version constraint. This should match the flysystem-bunnycdn version with your version of FlySystem (v2, v3 etc).

composer require platformcommunity/flysystem-bunnycdn "*"


use League\Flysystem\Filesystem;
use PlatformCommunity\Flysystem\BunnyCDN\BunnyCDNAdapter;
use PlatformCommunity\Flysystem\BunnyCDN\BunnyCDNClient;
use PlatformCommunity\Flysystem\BunnyCDN\BunnyCDNRegion;

$adapter = new BunnyCDNAdapter(
    new BunnyCDNClient(

$filesystem = new Filesystem($adapter);

Usage with Pull Zones

To have BunnyCDN adapter publish to a public CDN location, you have to a "Pull Zone" connected to your BunnyCDN Storage Zone. Add the full URL prefix of your Pull Zone (including http:///https://) to the BunnyCDNAdapter parameter like shown below.

$adapter = new BunnyCDNAdapter(
    new BunnyCDNClient(
    '' # Pull Zone URL
$filesystem = new Filesystem($adapter);

Note: You can also use your own domain name if it's configured in the pull zone.

Once you add your pull zone, you can use the ->getUrl($path), or in Laravel, the ->url($path) command to get the fully qualified public URL of your BunnyCDN assets.

Usage in Laravel 9

To add BunnyCDN adapter as a custom storage adapter in Laravel 9, install using the v3 composer installer.

composer require platformcommunity/flysystem-bunnycdn "^3.0"

Next, install the adapter to your AppServiceProvider to give Laravel's FileSystem knowledge of the BunnyCDN adapter.

     * Bootstrap any application services.
     * @return void
    public function boot()
        Storage::extend('bunnycdn', function ($app, $config) {
            $adapter = new BunnyCDNAdapter(
                new BunnyCDNClient(
                '' # Optional

            return new FilesystemAdapter(
                new Filesystem($adapter, $config),

Finally, add the bunnycdn driver into your config/filesystems.php configuration file.

        'bunnycdn' => [
            'driver' => 'bunnycdn',
            'storage_zone' => env('BUNNYCDN_STORAGE_ZONE'),
            'api_key' => env('BUNNYCDN_API_KEY'),
            'region' => env('BUNNYCDN_REGION', \PlatformCommunity\Flysystem\BunnyCDN\BunnyCDNRegion::DEFAULT)

Lastly, populate your BUNNYCDN_STORAGE_ZONE, BUNNYCDN_API_KEY BUNNYCDN_REGION variables in your .env file.


After that, you can use the bunnycdn disk in Laravel 9.

Storage::disk('bunnycdn')->put('index.html', '<html>Hello World</html>');

return response(Storage::disk('bunnycdn')->get('index.html'));

Note: You may have to run php artisan config:clear in order for your configuration to be refreshed if your app is running with a config cache driver / production mode.


For a full region list, please visit the BunnyCDN API documentation page.

flysystem-bunnycdn also comes with constants for each region located within PlatformCommunity\Flysystem\BunnyCDN\BunnyCDNRegion.

List of Regions

# Europe
BunnyCDNRegion::FALKENSTEIN = 'de';
BunnyCDNRegion::STOCKHOLM = 'se';

# United Kingdom
BunnyCDNRegion::UNITED_KINGDOM = 'uk';

BunnyCDNRegion::NEW_YORK = 'ny';
BunnyCDNRegion::LOS_ANGELAS = 'la';

BunnyCDNRegion::SINGAPORE = 'sg';

# Oceania
BunnyCDNRegion::SYDNEY = 'syd';

# Africa
BunnyCDNRegion::JOHANNESBURG = 'jh';

# South America
BunnyCDNRegion::BRAZIL = 'br';


Pull requests welcome. Please feel free to lodge any issues as discussion points.


Most of the understanding of how the Flysystem Adapter for BunnyCDN works comes from tests/. If you want to complete tests against a live BunnyCDN endpoint, copy the tests/ClientDI_Example.php to tests/ClientDI.php and insert your credentials into there. You can then run the whole suite by running vendor/bin/phpunit, or against a specific file by running vendor/bin/phpunit --bootstrap tests/ClientDI.php tests/ClientTest.php.


The Flysystem adapter for is licensed under MIT.