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Media store

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khaleghi/media-store is a Laravel package which created to provide an easy way to store any kind of files on server storage and save their attributes in the database. The other purpose of this package is to store images in a way that to be used in various responsive dimensions. This package is supported and tested in Laravel 5.4 and above.

Requirements

PHP >= 5.4

Installation

Run the following command:

composer require khaleghi/media

Then run the following:

php artisan vendor:publish --provider="Khaleghi\Media\MediaServiceProvider"

php artisan migrate

You have to make a link between public folder and storage by running this command:

php artisan storage:link

Configuration

Set the property values in the config/media.php. These values will be used by media-store to make proper image sizes and customized upload folder.

Usage

Saving Images

Let's make a form in a html file:

<form action="{{route('media.store')}}" method="post" enctype="multipart/form-data">
    @csrf
    <div class="input-group">
        <span class="input-group-addon">Select your file:</span>
        <input type="file" id="media" name="photo" class="form-control" style="height:50px;padding:12px">
        <span class="input-group-addon">
            <button class="btn btn-default" type="submit">Upload</button>
        </span>
    </div>
</form>

Then make a route like this:

Route::post('media', 'YourController@YourMethod')->name('media.store');

Now, All ever we have to do in our controller is:

use Khaleghi\Media\Medium;

public function YourMethod(Request $request){
    if($request->has('photo')){
        $medium = Medium::create([
            'file' => $request->file('photo'),
        ]);
        
        return back()->with('photo_url', $medium->url());
    }
}

We can display the image like this:

<div>
    <img src="{{asset(session('photo_url')) }}" alt="">
</div>

Responsive images

By default, The image we store in a way like above will be saved in 4 paths:

storage\app\public\images\lg    (Original Image size)
storage\app\public\images\md    (540 x 540 px)
storage\app\public\images\sm    (270 x 270 px)
storage\app\public\images\xs    (135 x 135 px)

You can access url of each path by sending these parameters:

$medium->url('lg') //default
$medium->url('md') // medium size
$medium->url('sm') // small size
$medium->url('xs') // extra small size

Fill free to change default image sizes at config\media.php

Note: khaleghi/media-store uses Intervension Image package to change dimension of images. It will be installed on your project as a dependency.

Saving other file types

You can store all other file types in a way that mentioned before. They will save in these paths related to their mime types:

storage\app\public\applications
storage\app\public\auduis
storage\app\public\videos
storage\app\public\texts
...

Polymorphism

The Medium model is a polymorphic class. So you can make a relation between your other models to this model.

$medium = Medium::create([
    'file' => $request->file('name'),
    'mediumable_type' => 'App\User',
    'mediumable_id' => 10 
]);

Now you can access to user's file:

$user = App\User::find(10);
$file = $user->media->first();
echo $file->url();

And reverse access:

echo $medium->mediumable->email;

Note: Don't forget to use morphMany in medium's related model (here: App\User).

public function media(){
    return $this->morphMany(Medium::class, 'mediumable');
}

Determine before saving

You can make an instance of medium model and change it's attribute before save it:

$medium = new Medium();
$medium->attach_file($request->file('name'));
$medium->description = "Occupational and educational information";
if($medium->size < 102400 and $medium->extension == "jpg"){
    $medium->save();
}else{
    $medium->detach();
    return "Error";
}

Delete a medium

To delete a medium from Storage and Database you need to use remove method:

$medium->remove();

Database

These fields will be stored in database and you are able to access them through instance of Medium model:

Field Name Usage
stored_name The name that file will store in storage folder
file_name Original name of the file
caption
mime
size Size of the file in bytes
width Just for images
height Just for images
mediumable_type Name of model that this file is related to it
mediumable_id model primary key that this file is related to it
position Assigning a priority to each file with same manner of mediumable_type
manner What this file is good for. Example: avatar
comments_count
likes_count
description

License

Media-store is free software distributed under the terms of the MIT license.