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Simple S3 operations for Node.js with caching backed by Redis
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Introduction

s3asy ('S-Three-Zee') is a simple library for issuing GET, PUT, and DELETE requests against Amazon S3. It allows caching of files in a local redis instance using the If-Modified-Since and Date` headers as cache-control.

It achieves this simplicity by utilizing knox and cacheit under the hood.

Warning: Don't use this for large objects, as it obviously buffers them in memory. Also Redis cannot cash strings larger than 512 MB.

Example

var S3 = require('s3asy');
var s3 = new S3({
  key: '<api-key-here>',
  secret: '<secret-here>',
  bucket: 'bucket-name',
  cache: true
});

s3.get('/some/path', {'x-amz-acl': 'private'}, function(err, body) {
  console.log(body);
});

API

s3.get(path, [headers], callback)

s3.put(path, headers, data, callback)

Requires Content-Type and Content-Length headers

s3.delete(path, [headers], callback)

s3.copy(dst_path, src_path, src_bucket, headers, callback)

  • dst_path - the destination filename
  • src_path - the source filename
  • src_bucket - the source bucket. The dst_bucket is the bucket passed to the constructor.

Requires Content-Type and Content-Length headers

s3.ls(path, callback)

List files with a given prefix (path). Do NOT use a leading slash.

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