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An SDK builder for RESTful API of Aliyun OSS / Alibaba Cloud OSS.

This package is an SDK builder. It provides utilities to reduce the cost of creating an SDK, such as:

  • building request
  • signing request
  • converting the XML in the response to a map with snake-cased keys
  • ...

It doesn't provide one-to-one mapping against the RESTful API of Aliyun OSS / Alibaba Cloud OSS. See the reason in FAQ.

installation

Installation

Add cozy_oss to your list of dependencies in mix.exs:

def deps do
  [
    {:cozy_oss, "~> 0.1.0"}
  ]
end

usage

Usage

Suppose we want to create an SDK for manipulating files.

First, we create a module:

defmodule Demo.FileStore do
  @moduledoc """
  Provides basic API to operate files.

  This module reads configs from following environment variables:
  + `FILE_STORE_OSS_HOST`
  + `FILE_STORE_ACCESS_KEY_ID`
  + `FILE_STORE_ACCESS_KEY_SECRET`
  + `FILE_STORE_BUCKET`
  """

  alias CozyOSS.Config

  def put_file(path, data) when is_binary(path) and is_binary(data) do
    response =
      config()
      |> CozyOSS.build!(%{
        bucket: bucket(),
        object: path,
        method: "PUT",
        path: Path.join("/", path),
        body: data
      })
      |> CozyOSS.request()

    with {:ok, 200, _headers, _body} <- response do
      {:ok, path}
    end
  end

  def get_file(path) when is_binary(path) do
    response =
      config()
      |> CozyOSS.build!(%{
        bucket: bucket(),
        object: path,
        method: "GET",
        path: Path.join("/", path)
      })
      |> CozyOSS.request()

    with {:ok, 200, _headers, body} <- response do
      {:ok, body}
    end
  end

  def delete_file(path) when is_binary(path) do
    response =
      config()
      |> CozyOSS.build!(%{
        bucket: bucket(),
        object: path,
        method: "DELETE",
        path: Path.join("/", path)
      })
      |> CozyOSS.request()

    with {:ok, 204, _headers, _body} <- response do
      {:ok, path}
    end
  end

  defp bucket() do
    :demo
    |> Application.fetch_env!(__MODULE__)
    |> Keyword.fetch!(:bucket)
  end

  defp config() do
    :demo
    |> Application.fetch_env!(__MODULE__)
    |> Enum.into(%{})
    |> Config.new!()
  end
end

Then, put the configurations into config/runtime.exs:

config :demo, Demo.FileStore,
  host: System.fetch_env!("COZY_OSS_HOST"),
  access_key_id: System.fetch_env!("COZY_OSS_ACCESS_KEY_ID"),
  access_key_secret: System.fetch_env!("COZY_OSS_ACCESS_KEY_SECRET"),
  bucket: System.fetch_env!("COZY_OSS_BUCKET")

Check out this test for a working example.

For more information, see the documentation.

faq

FAQ

why-not-providing-one-to-one-mapping-against-the-restful-api

Why not providing one-to-one mapping against the RESTful API?

Because:

  • It's hard to do the mapping automatically:
    • The official API documentation isn't structured data.
    • It's hard to parse and map them to API requests.
  • It's hard to do the mapping manually:
    • It's a tedius work.
    • It's error-prone.

In real apps, it's rare that all the API provided by OSS are required. In general, only a few API are required. So, mapping what is required is acceptable.

The simpler, the better.

does-this-package-support-sts-security-token-service

Does this package support STS (Security Token Service)?

No.

license

License

Apache License 2.0