Node.js RestAPIs upload file to Amazon S3 | using Express, Multer, AWS-SDK

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In the tutorial, we show how to build a Node.js/Express RestAPIs to Upload Files to Amazon S3 using Multer middleware and AWS-SDK.

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Technologies

  • Node.js
  • Express
  • Multer
  • AWS-SDK
  • Amazon S3

Overview

Demo

Goal

We create a Node.js project as below ->

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Expose a RestAPI: '/api/file/upload'

Upload File ->

nodejs-express-restapis-multer-upload-files-to-aws-amazon-s3-upload-file-succesffully

Amazon S3 ->

nodejs-express-restapis-multer-upload-files-to-aws-amazon-s3-uploaded-file-on-s3

Practice

Setting up Node.js project

Create a folder NodejsUploadFileAmazonS3, then init Node.js project ->

Install Express, Multer, AWS-SDK ->

-> package.json file:

Multer Config

– Create ./app/config/multer.config.js file:

AWS S3 Config

– Create a file ./app/config/s3.env.js ->

– Configure S3 Client in a file ./app/config/s3.config.js ->

Express Routers

– Create router in file ./app/routers/upload.router.js ->

Upload Controller

– Implement S3 Uploader in a controller file ./app/controllers/aws.controller.js ->

Server.js

server.js file ->

SourceCode

Use npm install to install all dependencies before run the Node.js server with cmd npm start.

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By grokonez | August 25, 2018.



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