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Using DigitalOcean Spaces or Amazon S3 for file storage in XF 2.x

Using DigitalOcean Spaces or Amazon S3 for file storage in XF 2.x 2.1.0

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Using DigitalOcean Spaces or Amazon S3 for file storage in XF 2.x - The same concepts can be applied to other adapters too.

Why this guide?

Since XenForo 2.0.0 we have supported remote file storage using an abstracted file system named Flysystem. It's called an abstracted file system as it adds a layer of abstraction between the code and a file system. It means that it provides a consistent API for performing file system operations so that whether the file system is a local disk-based file system or a distributed and remotely accessible...
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AnimeHaxor updated Using DigitalOcean Spaces or Amazon S3 for file storage in XF 2.x with a new update entry:

Setup instructions changed, plus XF 2.1 compatibility.

This update now includes two different add-ons. One is compatible with XF 2.0 and the other is compatible with XF 2.1.

The instructions have also been changed to avoid errors when accessing the install system in XF 2.0.

This change also introduces a slightly changed approach to avoid the repeated code when setting up the AWS SDK client.

The XF 2.1 version of the add-on also does not require the autoloader stuff to be applied as the add-on does that automatically. However, note that...
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