I am trying to create a feature that allows sellers to upload large files. Then once people have purchased them users can download them.
I need this to be as cheap as possible - so am leaning away from using the Bubble built-in storage - and more toward AWS or FIrestore or Uploadcare
I need either unique download links or easily implement permissions to stop people just sharing the download links.
Need it to be relatively easy to implement
Does anyone have any experience with this?
@ZeroqodeSupport - thinking of using your tools - is this possible with your aws file uploader or with the multi uploader - and which would be easier / quicker to impliemnt
I have created a project that integrated with Dropbox to upload images files, it’s cheaper. You can implement the rules for download of file on Bubble.
The difference between buckets permission policies varies by provider and how bucket is set.
For AWS we have provided insight in our documentation on how to set files permission - https://docs.zeroqode.com/plugins/aws-file-uploader-plugin#additional-security
For Multiuploader should be possible in the same for different buckets, however it will require to check the respective bucket policies documentation in order to get the best possible outcome.
The implementation will depend on more factors, so can not commit on the easier/quicker part , which will depend on knowledge with the tools.
In order to understand if you like a plugin, as well as make sure it fits within your required functionality, we are providing the opportunity to demo it.
Also you can subscribe to it and try - you will be charged only for the actual days used, the fee is added to the monthly bill (or yearly if the user is on a yearly plan), and the amount is prorated. If you subscribe to a plugin for one day you’ll end up being charged for this plugin fee / 31
Hope this helps.
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