Media add uploading files to cloud or other destinations with support for image cropping and resizing features to any structs
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Media Library

Media is a Golang library that supports the upload of files/images/videos to a filesystem or cloud storage as well as linked videos (i.e. YouTube, Vimeo, etc.). The plugin includes:

  • cropping and resizing features for images.
  • optional multiple sizes for each media resource.
  • Accessibility helpers.

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File Types

Media accepts any and every file type, yet it associates certain file types as images or videos so as to provide helpers supporting those media's specific needs.

Images: .jpg, .jpeg, .png, .tif, .tiff, .bmp, .gif

Videos: .mp4, .m4p, .m4v, .m4v, .mov, .mpeg, .webm, .avi, .ogg, .ogv

Usage

Media depends on GORM models as it is using GORM's callbacks to handle file processing, so you will need to register callbacks first:

import (
  "github.com/jinzhu/gorm"
  "github.com/qor/media"
)

DB, err = gorm.Open("sqlite3", "demo_db") // [gorm](https://github.com/jinzhu/gorm)

media.RegisterCallbacks(DB)

Then add OSS(Object Storage Service) to your model:

import (
  "github.com/jinzhu/gorm"
  "github.com/qor/media/oss"
)

type Product struct {
  gorm.Model
  Image oss.OSS
}

Last, configure the storage. The default value is oss.Storage := filesystem.New("public"). Here we configure S3 as storage.

import (
  // "github.com/oss/filesystem"
  "github.com/oss/s3"
)

oss.Storage := s3.New(s3.Config{AccessID: "access_id", AccessKey: "access_key", Region: "region", Bucket: "bucket", Endpoint: "cdn.getqor.com", ACL: aws.BucketCannedACLPublicRead})
// Default configuration `oss.Storage := filesystem.New("public")`

Operate stored files

The OSS(Object Storage Service) provides a pretty simple API to operate files on filesytem or cloud storage

type StorageInterface interface {
  Get(path string) (*os.File, error)
  GetStream(path string) (io.ReadCloser, error)
  Put(path string, reader io.Reader) (*Object, error)
  Delete(path string) error
  List(path string) ([]*Object, error)
  GetEndpoint() string
  GetURL(path string) (string, error)
}

So once you finished the setting, you could operate saved files like this:

storage := s3.New(s3.Config{AccessID: "access_id", AccessKey: "access_key", Region: "region", Bucket: "bucket", Endpoint: "cdn.getqor.com", ACL: aws.BucketCannedACLPublicRead})
// storage := filesystem.New("public")

// Save a reader interface into storage
storage.Put("/sample.txt", reader)

// Get file with path
storage.Get("/sample.txt")

// Delete file with path
storage.Delete("/sample.txt")

// List all objects under path
storage.List("/")

Predefine common image size

You can implement the GetSizes function to predefine image sizes. The size name can be used to fetch image of corresponding size.

import (
  "github.com/qor/media/oss"
  "github.com/jinzhu/gorm"
)

type Product struct {
  gorm.Model
  Image ProductIconImageStorage
}

type ProductIconImageStorage struct{
  oss.OSS
}

func (ProductIconImageStorage) GetSizes() map[string]*media.Size {
  return map[string]*media.Size{
    // Add padding to thumbnail if ratio doesn't match, by default, crop center
    "small":    {Width: 60 * 2, Height: 60 * 2, Padding: true},
    "small@ld": {Width: 60, Height: 60},

    "middle":    {Width: 108 * 2, Height: 108 * 2},
    "middle@ld": {Width: 108, Height: 108},

    "big":    {Width: 144 * 2, Height: 144 * 2},
    "big@ld": {Width: 144, Height: 144},
  }
}

// Get image's url with style
product.Image.URL("small")
product.Image.URL("big@ld")

Set file storage path in the file system

The default size and path for Image. The default size is 4294967295 and default path is {repo_path}/public/system/{{class}}/{{primary_key}}/{{column}}.{{extension}}.

You can set the path and size manually by adding tag to the field like this:

type Product struct {
  gorm.Model
  Image oss.OSS `sql:"size:4294967295;" media_library:"url:/backend/{{class}}/{{primary_key}}/{{column}}.{{extension}};path:./private"`
}

The media takes two parameters, url and path. the url set the relative file path and the path set the prefix path. So suppose we uploaded a image called demo.png. The file will be stored at {repo_path}/private/backend/products/1/demo.png.

Be careful when using http.FileServer

The http.FileServer not only serves the files, but also shows the directory contents. This is very dangerous when you do things like

for _, path := range []string{"system", "javascripts", "stylesheets", "images"} {
  mux.Handle(fmt.Sprintf("/%s/", path), http.FileServer(http.Dir("public")))
}

The files under public will be exposed to public(especially the search engine!), Imagine someone upload a illegal or sensitive file to your server. The directory is fully visible to everyone and its indexable by search engines and boom!

To avoid this problem, we made a safer FileServer function here. This function serves file only. So the previous code now turned into:

for _, path := range []string{"system", "javascripts", "stylesheets", "images"} {
  mux.Handle(fmt.Sprintf("/%s/", path), utils.FileServer(http.Dir("public")))
}

Accessibility helpers

Media Library has some features aimed at helping achieve Accessibile frontends:

  • capture of a textual description for images, videos, and linked videos to aid with Accessibility.
  • capture of textual transcript for videos and linked videos to aid with Accessibility.

The values captured are fed into the sub-templates for each media type to be used if/where necessary. For example, an image's HTML output (an img tag) manifests the textual description within an alt attribute while a video's HTML (an iframe tag) manifests the textual description within a title attribute.

License

Released under the MIT License.