vmorozov/laravel-file-uploads

This package provides a convenient way to upload files to the cloud storage amazon s3 or locally fast in Laravel

v1.1.7 2019-09-06 06:11 UTC

README

A package for convenient way to upload files to the different storages

Installation

  1. Run the command below to add this package:
composer require vmorozov/laravel-file-uploads
  1. Open your config/app.php and add the following to the providers array:
Vmorozov\FileUploads\FileUploadsServiceProvider::class
  1. Run the command below to publish the package config file config/file_uploads.php:
php artisan vendor:publish

Configuration

Go to the file

config/file_uploads.php

There you have an ability to set:

  1. default storage to upload file (default is: local)
  2. default image quality (default is: 100)
  3. default folder to put your uploads (default is: public/user-uploads)

Usage

To upload file:

public function store(Request $request)
{   
    // This will upload your file to the default folder of selected in config storage
    Uploader::uploadFile($request->file('some_file'));
    
    // This will upload your file to the given as second parameter path of default storage
    Uploader::uploadFile($request->file('some_file'), 'path/to/upload');
    
    // This will upload your file to the given storage
    Uploader::uploadFile($request->file('some_file'), 'path/to/upload', 'storage_name');
    
    // This will also resize image to the given width and height
    Uploader::uploadFile($request->file('some_file'), 'path/to/upload', 'storage_name');
}

To upload base64 string of image:

public function store(Request $request)
{   
    // This will upload your file to the default folder of selected in config storage
    Uploader::uploadBase64Image($request->input('image'));
    
    // This will upload your file to the given as second parameter path of default storage
    Uploader::uploadFile($request->input('image'), 'path/to/upload');
    
    // This will upload your file to the given storage
    Uploader::uploadFile($request->input('image'), 'path/to/upload', 'storage_name');
    
    // This will also resize image to the given width and height
    Uploader::uploadFile($request->input('image'), 'path/to/upload', 'storage_name');
}