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Dallin Dyer A simple S3 library written because the other implementation doesn't meet needs and is outdated. What this library is good for: Send files of any size (although S3 is currently limited at 5 gigs) - file upload and downloads are streamed with a progress event fired during writes. Minimal memory footprint and very efficient - Streams files from disk to socket -- using nodes drain/pause/resume to only stream what socket/stream can take Uses net sockets on PUT requests to support 100 Continue (especially usefull for large files) - the body is only sent after amazon approves the signed header Creats MD5 of content (optional) - ensure your data isn't corrupted during transmission Supports amazons new REDUCED_REDUNDANCY storage (cheaper but less reliable) - see unit tests for examples Supports specifying acl - see unit tests for examples Examples: coming soon: check out / run unit tests for examples.