Wasabi Cloud Storage

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Introduction

Wasabi Hot Cloud Storage is enterprise-class, tier-free, instantly available storage and allows you to store an infinite amount of data affordably. Upload & manage files with your Wasabi account.

Prerequisites

You must have an account with Wasabi to interact with the API. Create your account at: https://wasabi.com/

How to setup

Visit wasabi.com to sign up for their service, you will get an email with link to your console. In your Wasabi console go to Billing->Payment settings then add your Payment method. While you do receive a month free trial to upload private files, a paid account is required to upload public files.
Next, go to the Access Keys page & create a new access key.
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Insert the access key/secret from the plugins tab.
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Add the element 'Wasabi S3' on your page and configure any other preferences for uploading.​
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Plugin Fields, Events, Actions, and States

Plugin contains 3 elements, 14 actions, and 1 API Call.

Wasabi S3

The main element of the plugin. Allow uploading and other interactions with Wasabi.
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Fields

Type - Set this to 'File (Wasabi)'.
Type - Set this to 'Uploaded File (Wasabi)'.
Type - Set this to 'Retrieved File (Wasabi)'.
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Private - Using an access token has full control. No one else has access rights, not public. Yes or No
Bucket Name - The name of the Bucket you would like to upload to. Case sensitive.
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Bucket Region - The region of where this Bucket is stored. Enter one of the following: us-west-1, eu-central-1, us-east-1, us-east-2.
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Folder Structure - The folder structure of where this file should be saved (example: uploads). You can also specify sub-folders (eg: uploads/images). As a suggestion, you could save the folder as the current user/thing's unique id.
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File Name Prefix - Prefix for the file name. Some special characters (for example: !$#@), will not upload correctly.
Input Text - Add text to the input, default Bubble typeface styles will apply. If you would like to style your own input in Bubble, make your element hidden on the page & then use the workflow action to trigger input.
Accept - Specify the file extension(s) (e.g.: .gif, .jpg, .png, .doc) the user can pick from or specify a group of file types like audio/, video/ image/*. Defaults to all if empty. In the case of an extension not validating correctly, you can also use the mime type here.
Max File Size - Total value for all files in bytes, 1000000 = 1MB (Megabyte) or 5000000000 is 5GB (Gigabytes). Defaults to any size if empty.
Max File Count - Max number of files the user can upload. Defaults to any amount if empty.
Auto Submit - Upload the files instantly to the Wasabi S3 server.
Complete Reset - Reset progress & input when a file or all files have been uploaded successfully.
Compress Images - Select this option to compress the size of image files.
Compression Size - The size for image compression, this value is in KB.
Generate Preview - Output base46 URLs for image files when the 'Read Files' option is selected.
Multiple Files - Allow for uploading multiple files at once.
Read Files - Read the input's files and return Name, Extension, Last Modified, Parameters & Size that will be output into the state 'Files'. If generate previews is selected this will also return a base64 URL for each image file. If complete reset is yes and auto submit is yes files will not be read.
Upload Directory - Allows the user to select 1 folder to upload, all child folders and files will be selected. This option is non-standard, supported by most newer browsers except IE.
Filter File Names - Separate with space & commas between names if not dynamic. Only matched (case-sensitive) names will be uploaded, the matching process happens first before calculating the size file count or reading any other file data. Leave empty to ignore this option.
Rename Files - rename uploaded files or not.
File Names - New names for files.

States

Files - list of uploaded files. Contains info about the file.
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Files Count - Return a number of uploaded files.
File Size Total - Return the total size of uploaded files.
Upload Progress - Upload the progress of files. From 0 to 100.
Last Uploaded Files - List of all uploaded files.
Retrieved Buckets - List of retrieved buckets returned by the action Retrieve Buckets
Retrieved Files - List of retrieved files returned by the action Retrieve Files
Is Ready - return true if the element is ready
Is Dragged Over - if a file is being dragged over a valid drop target return true else return false
Is Mobile - return true if the user device is mobile, else return false
Is Reading Files - while files are reading return true else return false
Is Uploading - if the element now upload files to Wasabi return true else return false
Error - return the text of the error
Is Compressing Images - if the element now compress images return true else return false
Is Retrieving Files - if element now retrieve files return true else return false
Is Deleting Files - if element now delete files return true else return false

Actions

1) Trigger Input - emulate click on input and show file dialog.​
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2) Upload - Start uploading files to Wasabi.​
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Fields:
  • Redefine Fields - Selecting yes will use the fields on this action to upload as opposed to the element's fields. To use this option make sure the bucket name and region have value.
  • Private - Using access token has full control. No one else has access rights, not the public.
  • Bucket Name - The name of the Bucket you would like to upload to. Case sensitive.
  • Bucket Region - The region where this Bucket is stored. Enter one of the following: us-west-1, eu-central-1, us-east-1, us-east-2.
  • Folder Structure - The folder structure of where this file should be saved (example: uploads). You can also specify sub-folders (eg: uploads/images). As a suggestion, you could save the folder as the current user/thing's unique id.
  • File Name Prefix - Prefix for the file name. Some special characters (for example: !$#@), will not upload correctly.
  • Rename Files - rename uploaded files or not.
  • File Names - New names for uploaded files.
Redefine fields - used to reassign the data that was specified in the plugin element. The plugin element has the same fields as the action. Thus, you can use data either from a plugin element or from a given action.
3) Reset File Uploader - Remove all files from this element. Reset states: Files (to the empty list ), Files Count (to 0), File Size Total (to 0), Upload Progress (to 0), Is Uploading (to false), Is Reading Files (to false).
Download File - download a file from Wasabi.
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Fields:
  • Bucket Name - The name of the Bucket where the file is stored.
  • Bucket Region - The region where this file's Bucket is stored. Enter one of the following: us-west-1, eu-central-1, us-east-1, us-east-2.
  • File Location - The location of the file you would like to download For example: user1/uploads/hello.txt
  • Download Name - The name you would like to give to this file. Leave empty to use the original file name.
Note: Plugin functionality doesn’t provide an option to display download progress as it has no access to such data (tracking current load). The download process depends on many factors that the plugin can’t consider (network bandwidth, device capability, file size, etc).
4) Create Bucket - create a new bucket.
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Fields:
  • Bucket Name - Must be unique, valid DNS name, 63 characters or less. Case sensitive.
  • Bucket Region - Enter one of the following: us-west-1, eu-central-1, us-east-1, us-east-2.
5) Delete Bucket - delete bucket.​
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Fields:
  • Bucket Name - The name of the Bucket you would like to delete. Case sensitive.
  • Bucket Region - The region of this Bucket is stored. Enter one of the following: us-west-1, eu-central-1, us-east-1, us-east-2.
You can't delete a bucket with files.
6) Retrieve Buckets - retrieve a list with all buckets from your Wasabi.
7) Reset Retrieved Buckets - set value of state Retrieved Buckets to empty list.
8) Retrieve Files - retrieve all files from the selected bucket.​
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Fields:
  • Bucket Name - The name of the Bucket you want to look up. Case sensitive.
  • Bucket Region - The region where the Bucket is stored. Enter one of the following: us-west-1, eu-central-1, us-east-1, us-east-2.
  • Location - Location for the files you want to retrieve, for example uid/images/. Make sure "/" is a trailing folder name with no extra spaces, case sensitive. Leave empty to list all files from Bucket.
9) Reset Retrieved Files - set value of state Retrieved Files to an empty list.
10) Delete Files/Folders - Delete files and folders from the selected bucket
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Fields:
  • Bucket Name - The name of the Bucket that holds these files and folders. Case sensitive.
  • Bucket Region - The region of the Bucket that holds these files and folders. Enter one of the following: us-west-1, eu-central-1, us-east-1, us-east-2.
  • Location/s - Location of files or folders, if not dynamic list then separated by comma and space (file1.png, uid/images/, uid/images/file2.png). For folders make sure "/" is trailing with no extra spaces, case sensitive. Use the Delete Bucket action to delete all files.
11) Remove File From Input - remove the file from the element.
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Fields:
  • File - The file you would like to remove.
12) Add Files To Input - through the popup, allows adding new files from the device to the S3 element.
13) Cancel Upload - cancel current files uploading
Fields:
  • Reset after - yes or no
14) Upload Base64 - upload base64 encoded file to Wasabi.​
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Fields:
  • Redefine Fields - Selecting yes will use the fields on this action to upload as opposed to the element's fields. To use this option make sure the bucket name and region have value.
  • Private - Using access token has full control. No one else has access rights, not the public.
  • Bucket Name - The name of the Bucket you would like to upload to. Case sensitive.
  • Bucket Region - The region where this Bucket is stored. Enter one of the following: us-west-1, eu-central-1, us-east-1, us-east-2.
  • Folder Structure - The folder structure of where this file should be saved (example: uploads) . You can also specify subfolders (eg: uploads/images). As a suggestion, you could save the folder as the current user/thing's unique id.
  • File Name Prefix - Prefix for the file name. Some special characters (for example: !$#@), will not upload correctly.
  • File Name - Name for this file.
  • Data URL - Base64 encoded data URL.

Progress Bar

Display graphically uploading status.
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Fields

Percentage - current percent of upload. Can be numbers from 0 to 100
Background Color - The background color of the bar
Progress Color - Color of the progress banner Radius - Radius of the background bar
Outer Radius - Radius of the progress bar

Data Size

Convert bytes to a more readable value.​
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Fields

Bytes - Bytes to evaluate.
Decimal - Round to decimal place.
Explain - Explains the size abbreviation in brackets.​

Generate Presigned URL

All objects in your bucket, by default, are private. These objects are only accessible by the object owner’s permission.
However, there might be instances where the object owner might have to share these objects with others by creating a pre-signed URL, using their own security credentials, for a specific duration of time to download the objects.
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Fields

Bucket Name - The name of the Bucket you would like to upload to. Case sensitive.
Bucket Region - The region where this Bucket is stored. Enter one of the following: us-west-1, eu-central-1, us-east-1, us-east-2.
Filename with path - Full path to the file with the filename. Example: "path/to/file/filename.png"
Timeslot - Timeslot to use for expiration time.
Note: If "Hours" is selected then expires time expected in hours.
Expires Time - The time to expire the pre-signed URL operation in.
Note: The maximum value of expiration time is 7 days.

Upload File To Wasabi From Another Cloud

This API Call allows uploading files to your Wasabi Cloud Storage from another cloud storage (for example all uploaded in base files are saved to AWS S3 and you have a URL of them ).
For an API call to work, you need to enter Wasabi Access Key and Secret Key.
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This API Call is in BETA mode. Max upload file size = 300MB. If you try to upload files with a larger size, it may respond with an error text message.

Fields

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Private - Using an access token has full control. No one else has access rights, not public. false or true.
Bucket_Name - The name of the Bucket you would like to upload to. Case sensitive.
Bucket_Region - The region where this Bucket is stored. Enter one of the following: us-west-1, eu-central-1, us-east-1, us-east-2.
Folder_Structure - The folder structure of where this file should be saved (example: uploads). You can also specify subfolders (eg: uploads/images). As a suggestion, you could save the folder as the current user/thing's unique id.
Filename_Prefix - Prefix for the file name. Some special characters (for example: !$#@), will not upload correctly.
Filename - File name to save on Wasabi S3 with extension (.png, .mp3, etc.)
URL_From_Another_Cloud - URL of the file​.

Response

Return text contains the URL of the file from the wasabi cloud or an error message.

Use Cases

1. Restrict access to the bucket (allows access only to application visitors).

By default, public use of a bucket, folder, or file is allowed only by certain paid (not trial) accounts. If your account does not have access to this feature, contact Wasabi Support at support@wasabi.com for assistance.
Restricting access to a specific HTTP referer Suppose that you have a website with a domain name (www.example.com or example.com) with links to photos and videos stored in your Wasabi bucket, YOUR_WEB_SITE_FULL_URL. By default, all the Wasabi resources are private, so only the account that created the resources can access them. To allow read access to these objects from your website, you can add a bucket policy that allows permission with a condition, that the get request must originate from specific web pages.
  1. Go to your Wasabi console
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2. Go to bucket settings
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3. Go to tab "POLICIES"
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4. Add code to this area
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javascript
{ "Version": "2012-10-17", "Statement": [ { "Effect": "Allow", "Principal": { "AWS": "*" }, "Action": "s3:*", "Resource": "*", "Condition": { "StringLike": { "aws:Referer": "YOUR_WEB_SITE_FULL_URL" } } } ] }
And Save
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2. Restrict access to the bucket (deny access to all except the application visitors).

You can make your files private only for those who are trying to access them through a Bubble app. In your WASABI account, open your list of buckets and select the one you want to protect. Click in Settings.
By default, public use of a bucket, folder, or file is allowed only by certain paid (not trial) accounts. If your account does not have access to this feature, contact Wasabi Support at support@wasabi.com for assistance.
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Go to the POLICIES tab
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Paste the code below
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{ "Id": "acceptsonlyhttpreferer", "Version": "2012-10-17", "Statement": [ { "Sid": "Public", "Effect": "Deny", "Principal": { "AWS": "*" }, "Action": "s3:GetObject", "Resource": "arn:aws:s3:::YOUR_BUCKET_NAME_HERE/*", "Condition": { "StringNotLike": { "aws:Referer": [ "https://YOUR_BUBBLE_APP_URL_HERE/", "https://YOUR_BUBBLE_APP_URL_HERE/*", "https://console.wasabisys.com/", "https://console.wasabisys.com/*" ] } } } ] }
When all this is set up, your files will be only accessible through
  • Your Bubble app
  • WASABI Console
Even if you copy and paste the file URL in your browser, it will not work. It will only work if the click comes from your app or from Wasabi console.

Quick setup

Place element on the page

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Setup your element

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To correctly configure the fields named Type read the documentation attached to them.
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Choose restrictions for uploading files

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Change bucket

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Customize the file type perceived by the element

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A filename extension, file extension, or file type is an identifier specified as a suffix to the name of a computer file. The extension indicates a characteristic of the file contents or its intended use. More Information... Example of Extensions:
  • .jpg - JPEG has been the most widely used image compression standard in the world.
  • .psd - Photoshop Document (PSD) is a raster format for storing graphic information using lossless compression, created specifically for Adobe Photoshop and supporting all its capabilities.
  • .pdf - Portable Document Format (PDF) is a file format developed by Adobe in 1993 to present documents, including text formatting and images, in a manner independent of application software, hardware, and operating systems.
  • etc.
Groups of file types:
  1. audio/* -any audio file.
  1. video/* -any video file.
  1. image/* -any image file.

You can allow Auto Submit (Auto upload files to Wasabi after selection) and skip the next steps.

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​If you do not want the files to be automatically loaded, you need to set up an action for this action.

Check if Auto Submit is disabled ("no")

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Add a button or other element to trigger the action

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And setup workflow

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If Redefine Fields is "no" - workflow setup is finished.

You have the option to change the trash can by reconfiguring the upload endpoint in the action. To do this, specify the value of the field "redefined fields" to yes and specify a new bucket.

Object Lifecycle Mangement

The Object Lifecycle Management feature establishes a Lifecycle policy with rules to define actions that you want Wasabi to take during the life of an object.
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This feature replaces the need to manually delete an object after a retention period.

Creating a Lifecycle Rule in Dashboard.

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The Lifecycle feature is only supported for new buckets. Create a new bucket in order to create and apply lifecycle rules.
  • Click CREATE NEW RULE. The Lifecycle Rule Settings panel is displayed.
  • Enter a name for the Lifecycle rule. For example:
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  • Choose the scope of the rule. You can:— Limit the scope of the rule by using filters. Continue with Step 6.— Apply the rule to all objects in the bucket. Skip to Step 7.
  • Filter options are provided when you choose to limit the scope of the rule. You can filter by a name prefix and/or the size of the object. For size, you can enter the minimum and/or maximum size in bytes, kilobytes, megabytes, or gigabytes.
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  • Check at least one of the Action options. Follow the on-screen instructions for the selected option(s), as described in Lifecycle Rule Actions below.
  • Click CREATE.
A rule list is displayed. Each rule is shown with its name, status, scope, and action information.
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Troubleshooting

If you need to create a folder or file with diacritic you need to use text formatted as URL Encoded:
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Workflow example

How to use the Presigned URL

Changelogs

Update 01.07.21

  • Added new event triggered when files are retrieved.

Update 30.04.2021

  • Added ability to upload files using URL of the file via API Call.
  • Added possibility to generate pre-signed links.

Update 31.05.2021 - Version 1.47.0

  • Updated API call "Upload File To Wasabi From Another Cloud", now the max file size is 300mb

Update 01.06.2021 - Version 1.48.0

  • Minor changes

Update 15.06.2021 - Version 1.49.0

  • Fixed issue with uploading files in folders from the backend

Update 21.06.2021 - Version 1.50.0

  • Fixed an error in retrieve file action

Update 26.08.2021 - Version: 1.54.0

  • Fixed empty size of uploaded files

Update 06.09.2021 - Version: 1.57.0

  • Added action "Create folder".
  • Fixed a bug in the "accept" field.
  • Fixed buckets with dots in the name.

Update 13.09.2021 - Version: 1.58.0

  • Fixed: extra "/" character in URL.
  • Added: Ability to rename files.

Update 01.04.2022 - Version: 1.60.0

  • Minor fixes.

Update 22.04.2022 - Version: 1.62.0

  • updated list of file extensions.

Update 04.05.2022 - Version: 1.63.0

  • fixed action "Retrieve files"

Update 17.06.2022 - Version: 1.64.0

  • fixed action "Generate presigned URL"

Update 30.07.2022 - Version: 1.65.0

  • Expanded data returned by "Upload File To Wasabi From Another Cloud".

Update 13.01.2023 - Version: 1.69.0

  • Uploaded file rename fix.

Update 21.01.2023 - Version: 1.74.0

  • Removed the "Parameters" field from file states and fixed the "Type" field.

Update 19.04.2023 - Version: 1.75.0

  • Minor fixes "Retrieve Files" action

Update 24.04.2023 - Version: 1.76.0

  • Fixed "Files" state

Update 14.06.2023 - Version: 1.81.0

  • Added "Wasabi - Retrieve Files" action

Update 05.07.2023 - Version: 1.83.0

  • Fixed the "Generate a pre-signed URL" action.

Update 26.07.2023 - Version 1.85.0

  • Added "Delete Files/Folders Backend Action" and "Delete Bucket Backend Action”

Update 14.08.2023 - Version 1.87

  • Fixed "files_count", "files" states, and "Add Files To Input" action

Update 13.09.2023 - Version 1.91.0

  • Fixed "Add Files To Input" action

Update 15.09.2023 - Version 1.92.0

  • Fixed uploading different folders
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