from assetman import ( init, create_blob ) manager = init(aws_key, aws_secret, my_bucket) some_data = 'my awsome string / image binary / html / markdown / national secrets' asset = create_blob(some_data) asset.public = True # makes the asset publicly accessible over S3 manager.save_asset(asset) print asset.uuid # returns a 16 character UUID which you can save for later # ... somewhere over the Mediterranean sea... my_saved_asset = manager.get_asset(uuid) print my_saved_asset.data 'my awsome string / image binary / html / markdown / national secrets'
It is also important to note that there are some convenience Asset Types built in for convenient handling of meta data and mimetypes.
For example, the
Image asset type will track format and dimensions for you. See tests for example.
To install with testing support:
pip install -e .[test]
This will install with the optional dependencies required for testing. (wand, for example.)