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parse-server-s3-adapter

parse-server-s3-adapter

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parse-server adapter for AWS S3

installation

npm install --save parse-server-s3-adapter

AWS Credentials

Deprecation Notice -- AWS Credentials

the ability to explicitly pass credentials to this adapter is deprecated and will be removed in a future release.

You may already be compatible with this change. If you have not explicitly set an accessKey and secretKey and you have configured the environment variables AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID and AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY, then you're all set and this will continue to work as is.

If you explicitly configured the environment variables S3_ACCESS_KEY S3_SECRET_KEY

OR

If you explicitly configured the accessKey and secretKey in your adapter configuration, then you'll need to...

For non AWS hosts:

  • Run aws configure in a terminal which will step you through configuring credentials for the AWS SDK and CLI

For an AWS host:

  • Ensure that the role that your host is running as has permissions for your s3 bucket

Then

  • remove the accessKey and secretKey from your configuration

If for some reason you really need to be able to set the key and secret explicitly, you can still do it using s3overrides as described below and setting accessKeyId and secretAccessKey in the s3Overrides object.

Deprecated Configuration

Although it is not recommended, AWS credentials can be explicitly configured through an options object, constructor string arguments or environment variables (see below). This option is provided for backward compatibility and will be removed in the forthcoming version 2.0 of this adapter.

The preferred method is to use the default AWS credentials pattern. If no AWS credentials are explicitly configured, the AWS SDK will look for credentials in the standard locations used by all AWS SDKs and the AWS CLI. More info can be found in the docs. For more information on AWS best practices, see IAM Best Practices User Guide.

usage with parse-server

using a config file

{
  "appId": 'my_app_id',
  "masterKey": 'my_master_key',
  // other options
  "filesAdapter": {
    "module": "parse-server-s3-adapter",
    "options": {
      "bucket": "my_bucket",
      // optional:
      "region": 'us-east-1', // default value
      "bucketPrefix": '', // default value
      "directAccess": false, // default value
      "baseUrl": null, // default value
      "baseUrlDirect": false, // default value
      "signatureVersion": 'v4', // default value
      "globalCacheControl": null, // default value. Or 'public, max-age=86400' for 24 hrs Cache-Control
      "ServerSideEncryption": 'AES256|aws:kms' //AES256 or aws:kms, or if you do not pass this, encryption won't be done
    }
  }
}

using environment variables

Set your environment variables:

S3_BUCKET=bucketName

the following optional configuration can be set by environment variable too:

S3_SIGNATURE_VERSION=v4

And update your config / options

{
  "appId": 'my_app_id',
  "masterKey": 'my_master_key',
  // other options
  "filesAdapter": "parse-server-s3-adapter"
}

passing as an instance

var S3Adapter = require('parse-server-s3-adapter');

var s3Adapter = new S3Adapter('accessKey',
                  'secretKey', bucket, {
                    region: 'us-east-1'
                    bucketPrefix: '',
                    directAccess: false,
                    baseUrl: 'http://images.example.com',
                    signatureVersion: 'v4',
                    globalCacheControl: 'public, max-age=86400'  // 24 hrs Cache-Control.
                  });

var api = new ParseServer({
    appId: 'my_app',
    masterKey: 'master_key',
    filesAdapter: s3adapter
})

Note: there are a few ways you can pass arguments:

S3Adapter("bucket")
S3Adapter("bucket", options)
S3Adapter("key", "secret", "bucket") -- Deprecated, see notice above
S3Adapter("key", "secret", "bucket", options) -- Deprecated, see notice above
S3Adapter(options) // where options must contain bucket.
S3Adapter(options, s3overrides)

If you use the last form, s3overrides are the parameters passed to AWS.S3.

In this form if you set s3overrides.params, you must set at least s3overrides.params.Bucket

or with an options hash

var S3Adapter = require('parse-server-s3-adapter');

var s3Options = {
  "bucket": "my_bucket",
  // optional:
  "region": 'us-east-1', // default value
  "bucketPrefix": '', // default value
  "directAccess": false, // default value
  "baseUrl": null // default value
  "signatureVersion": 'v4', // default value
  "globalCacheControl": null // default value. Or 'public, max-age=86400' for 24 hrs Cache-Control
}

var s3Adapter = new S3Adapter(s3Options);

var api = new ParseServer({
  appId: 'my_app',
  masterKey: 'master_key',
  filesAdapter: s3Adapter
})