Provides an online tool to create expiring links for s3 private resources - http://s3-expiry.50projects.com
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What's all this?

Amazon S3 provides a great place to store all sorts of files but sometimes managing permissions can be a bit of a pain. Built-in to S3 is the ability to generate links to private files that expire after a set period of time. This tool generates those for you so you don't have to fiddle with the command line or install any 3rd party tools.

Won't you steal my key?

Your secret key is safe, all code runs client side. The code is also available in case you don't trust me.

Who are you?

I'm Phil. I sometimes write things at blog.50projects.com

Deployment

Specific instructions for this installation. Adjust targets and settings for your specific installation.

aws s3 sync ./ s3://s3-expiry.50projects.com/ --exclude ".git/*" --acl public-read --delete