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flysystem

by thephpleague

thephpleague /flysystem

Abstraction for local and remote filesystems

11.3K Stars 590 Forks Last release: 8 months ago (1.0.62) MIT License 1.9K Commits 141 Releases

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League\Flysystem

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Flysystem is a filesystem abstraction which allows you to easily swap out a local filesystem for a remote one.

Goals

  • Have a generic API for handling common tasks across multiple file storage engines.
  • Have consistent output which you can rely on.
  • Integrate well with other packages/frameworks.
  • Be cacheable.
  • Emulate directories in systems that don't support them, like AWS S3.
  • Support third party plugins.
  • Make it easy to test your filesystem interactions.
  • Support streams for big file handling.

Installation

composer require league/flysystem

Documentation

Check out the documentation

Community Integrations

Want to get started quickly? Check out some of these integrations:

Adapters

Core

  • Ftp
  • Local
  • NullAdapter

Officially Supported

Community Supported

Caching (https://github.com/thephpleague/flysystem-cached-adapter)

  • Adapter (using another Flysystem adapter)
  • Memcached
  • Memory (array caching)
  • Redis (through Predis)
  • Stash

Security

If you discover any security related issues, please email [email protected] instead of using the issue tracker.

For enterprise

Available as part of the Tidelift Subscription.

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