Create CloudFront signed URLs in Laravel 5.6+
Easy to use Laravel 5.6+ wrapper around the official AWS PHP SDK which allows to sign URLs to access Private Content through CloudFront CDN
Inspired by laravel-url-signer
This package can create canned policies signed URLs for CloudFront which expires after a given time. This is done by wrapping the AWS SDK method adding a Laravel-style configuration and accessibility.
This is how you can create signed URL that's valid for 30 days:
// With Facade CloudFrontUrlSigner::sign('https://myapp.com/resource', 30); // With helper sign('https://myapp.com/resource', 30);
The output is compliant with CloudFront specifications
The package can be installed via Composer:
composer require dreamonkey/laravel-cloudfront-url-signer
The configuration file can optionally be published via:
php artisan vendor:publish --provider="Dreamonkey\CloudFrontUrlSigner\CloudFrontUrlSignerServiceProvider"
This is the content of the file:
return [ /* * The default expiration time of a URL in days. */ 'default_expiration_time_in_days' => 1, /* * The private key used to sign all URLs. */ 'private_key_path' => storage_path(env('CLOUDFRONT_PRIVATE_KEY_PATH', 'trusted-signer.pem')), /* * Identifies the CloudFront key pair associated * to the trusted signer which validates signed URLs. */ 'key_pair_id' => env('CLOUDFRONT_KEY_PAIR_ID', ''), /* * CloudFront API version, by default it uses the latest available. */ 'version' => env('CLOUDFRONT_API_VERSION', 'latest'), ];
URL's can be signed with the
By default the lifetime of an URL is one day. This value can be change in the config-file. If you want a custom life time, you can specify the number of days the URL should be valid:
// The generated URL will be valid for 5 days. CloudFrontUrlSigner::sign('https://myapp.com/resource', 5);
For fine grained control, you may also pass a
DateTime instance as the second parameter. The url
will be valid up to that moment. This example uses Carbon for convenience:
// This URL will be valid up until 2 hours from the moment it was generated. CloudFrontUrlSigner::sign('https://myapp.com/resource', Carbon\Carbon::now()->addHours(2) );
Please see CHANGELOG for more information what has changed recently.
Please see CONTRIBUTING for details.
If you discover any security related issues, please email email@example.com instead of using the issue tracker.
The MIT License (MIT). Please see License File for more information.