This is a simple web-based example of calling the Google Cloud Storage API in PHP.
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Google Cloud Storage PHP Sample Application

Description

This is a simple web-based example of calling the Google Cloud Storage API in PHP.

Prerequisites:

Please make sure that all of the following is installed before trying to run the sample application.

Setup Authentication

NOTE: This README assumes that you have enabled access to the Google Cloud Engine API via the Google API Console page.

  1. Visit https://console.developers.google.com to register your application and generate an API key.
  • Click APIs & Auth in the left column, and then click Credentials.
  • Click Create new client ID to create a new client ID.
  • In the Create Client ID window, choose Web application.
  • In the Redirect URIs box, specify the URL for your PHP page, e.g., http://localhost/app.php.
  • Click Create Client ID.
  • In the Public API access section of the Credentials page, click Create new Key.
  • In the Create a new Key window, choose Browser key.
  1. Update app.php with the redirect uri, consumer key, secret, and developer key obtained in step 1.
  • Update YOUR_CLIENT_ID with your oauth2 client id.
  • Update YOUR_CLIENT_SECRET with your oauth2 client secret.
  • Update YOUR_REDIRECT_URI with the fully qualified redirect URI, e.g., http://localhost/app.php.
  • Update YOUR_API_KEY with your API key.
  • Update YOUR_PROJECT_DEFAULT_ID with your project ID, which can be found by visiting https://console.developers.google.com and selecting a project.
  1. Update app.php with remaining default settings. Search and replace all strings starting with 'YOUR_DEFAULT_' with their associated values.

Running the Sample Application

  1. Load app.php on your web server, and visit the appropriate website in your web browser.

More Information

See https://developers.google.com/storage/docs/json_api/v1/json-api-php-samples