- PHP 7.3+
filestack with composer, either run
$ composer require --prefer-dist filestack/filestack-php
Filestack library gives you access to three useful classes:
FilestackClient- for easy file upload (creates Filelink objects)
Filelink- for file handling (downloading, converting etc.)
FileSecurity- for applying policy and signature values to your API calls
First, you need to create an instance of FilestackClient
use Filestack\FilestackClient; $client = new FilestackClient('YOUR_API_KEY');
Call the upload() function
$filelink = $client->upload('/path/to/file');
Amazon S3 is used to store your files by default. If you wish to use a different one, you can pass in additional parameter 'location' when making upload() and store calls
$client = new FilestackClient('YOUR_API_KEY'); $extras = [ 'Location' => 'dropbox', 'Filename' => 'somefilename.jpg', ]; $filepath = '/path/to/file'; $filelink = $client->upload($filepath); # get metadata of file $metadata = $client->getMetaData($filelink->handle, $fields); # get content of a file $content = $client->getContent($filelink->handle); # download a file $destination = '/path/to/file'; $result = $client->download($filelink->handle, $destination); # overwrite a file $filelink2 = $client->overwrite('/path/to/file', $filelink->handle);
Filelink objects can be created in two ways:
- by uploading a file using FilestackClient
- by initializing Filelink with file handle and api_key
First method was shown above, the second method is also very easy and will create objects representing files that were already uploaded.
use Filestack\filelink; $filelink = new Filelink('some-file-handle', 'YOUR_API_KEY'); # transforming an image $transformed_filelink = $filelink ->circle() ->blur(['amount' => '20']) ->save(); # get metadata $metadata = $filelink->getMetaData(); # get content of a file $content = $filelink->getContent(); $filepath = '/path/to/file'; # download a file $filelink->download($filepath); # overwrite remote file with local file $filelink->overwrite($filepath); # delete remote file $filelink->delete();
Tagging files and detecting safe for work content
use Filestack\FilestackClient; use Filestack\FilestackSecurity; $security = new FilestackSecurity('YOUR_SECURITY_SECRET'); $client = new FilestackClient('YOUR_API_KEY', $security); $file_handle = 'some-file-handle'; # get tags with client $result_json = $client->getTags($file_handle); # get tags with filelink $filelink = new Filelink($file_handle, 'YOUR_API_KEY', $security); $json_result = $filelink->getTags(); # get safe for work flag with client $result_json = $client->getSafeForWork($file_handle); # get safe for work flag with filelink $json_result = $filelink->getSafeForWork();
For more examples, see the examples/ folder in this project.
The Intelligent Ingestion feature allows user to upload a file in chunks of not precised size. This creates a more stable upload flow that ensures the file being uploaded will eventually complete successfully, regardless of network latency or timeout errors.
However, the upload process may be slower than the normal upload flow for large files, as there are errors are retried using the exponential backoff retry strategy.
Lastly, this feature has to be turned on for the apikey being used. To turn on this feature please contact Filestack at firstname.lastname@example.org.
$client = new FilestackClient('YOUR_API_KEY'); $filelink = $client->upload('/path/to/file', ['intelligent' => true]);
Filestack PHP SDK follows the Semantic Versioning.
- PSR-2 coding standard (http://www.php-fig.org/psr/psr-2/)
- PSR-4 autoloading standard (http://www.php-fig.org/psr/psr-4/)
- phpDoc documentation comments standard (https://www.phpdoc.org/docs/latest/getting-started/your-first-set-of-documentation.html)
- To run tests, from the project root director, run
- To generate coverage report, run following command (will generage html files under directory coverage/)
- To run PHPMD for CodeClimate checks
vendor/bin/phpmd filestack xml phpmd-rules.xml > logs/phpmd-report-filestack.xml vendor/bin/phpmd tests xml phpmd-rules.xml > logs/phpmd-report-tests.xml
To get project metrics use phar file for https://github.com/sebastianbergmann/phploc
./phploc.phar --log-xml=phploc.xml .
To generate documentation use phar file from https://github.com/theseer/phpdox
If you have problems, please create a Github Issue.
Please see CONTRIBUTING.md for details.
Thank you to all the contributors.