Upload Large Files from Amazon S3 Bucket to Dropbox Folder

Dropbox Uploader is a BASH script (only needs cURL) which can be used to upload, download, list or delete files from Dropbox, an online file sharing, synchronization and backup service.

Usage: ./dropbox_uploader.sh COMMAND [PARAMETERS]…

Amazon S3 to Dropbox
Amazon S3 to Dropbox

Secure:It’s not required to provide your username/password to this script, because it uses the official Dropbox API for authentication process.

START DROPBOX UPLOADER

# chmod +x dropbox_uploader.sh
# ./dropbox_uploader.sh

It will ask “App key”, “App secret” and “Access level (App folder or Full Dropbox)”

As shell script authorize token…

Please visit this URL from your Browser, and allow Dropbox Uploader
to access your DropBox account:

–> https://www2.dropbox.com/1/oauth/authorize?oauth_token=xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Dropbox token for Command Line
Dropbox token for Command Line

If everything go well …

> Access Token request… OK

Setup completed!

Now you can download Amazon S3 Bucket files on server using “wget” then you can run command like…

# ./dropbox_uploader.sh COMMAND [PARAMETERS]…
# ./dropbox_uploader.sh upload /var/www/aws/s3/svnlabs.mp4 /DROPBOX-FOLDER/svnlabs.mp4

I have uploaded media file upto 500MB on dropbox successfully using this shell script ๐Ÿ˜‰

Alternate Options:

You can try Node.js for reading files from Amazon S3 and then upload to Dropbox

Useful JavaScript Tools

http://loose-bits.com/2011/10/16/node-sunny-cloud-library.html
https://github.com/nuxusr/Node.js—Amazon-S3
https://github.com/appsattic/connect-stream-s3

https://github.com/evnm/dropbox-node
https://github.com/sintaxi/node-dbox
https://github.com/dropbox/dropbox-js

Amazon S3 Error Handling

Amazon S3 PHP Class A standalone Amazon S3 (REST) client for PHP 5.2.x using CURL that does not require PEAR.

AWS Management Console Home
AWS Management Console Home

AMAZON S3 (Scalable Storage in the Cloud) PHP CLASS

AWS access info
AWS access info

// AWS access info
if (!defined(‘awsAccessKey’)) define(‘awsAccessKey’, ‘CHANGE-KEY’);
if (!defined(‘awsSecretKey’)) define(‘awsSecretKey’, ‘CHANGE-KEY’);

OO method (e,g; $s3->getObject(…)):
$s3 = new S3(awsAccessKey, awsSecretKey);

Statically (e,g; S3::getObject(…)):
S3::setAuth(awsAccessKey, awsSecretKey);

Warning: S3::getBucket(): [PermanentRedirect] The bucket you are attempting to access must be addressed using the specified endpoint. Please send all future requests to this endpoint.

We need to End Point for our S3 Buckets by default it’s s3.amazonaws.com

$s3 = new S3(awsAccessKey, awsSecretKey);

S3 Management Console
S3 Management Console

Else we need to specify here… s3-ap-southeast-1.amazonaws.com

S3 Management Console
S3 Management Console

$s3 = new S3(awsAccessKey, awsSecretKey, true, ‘s3-ap-southeast-1.amazonaws.com‘);

Warning: S3::getBucket(): [60] SSL certificate problem, verify that the CA cert is OK. Details: error:14090086:SSL routines:SSL3_GET_SERVER_CERTIFICATE:certificate verify failed

We need SSL enabled with CURL ๐Ÿ˜‰

OpenSSL phpinfo()
OpenSSL phpinfo()
CURL With OpenSSL phpinfo()
CURL With OpenSSL phpinfo()

For class documentation see:
http://undesigned.org.za/files/s3-class-documentation/index.html

SponsorPay API in PHP

SponsorPay – International Leader in Engagement Marketing and Performance Advertising for the Monetization of Virtual Currency and Digital Content on Social Networks, Online Games, Virtual Worlds and Entertainment Platforms.

Mobile Developers - SponsorPay
Mobile Developers – SponsorPay

Key Features:

* Boost branding and engagement
* Acquire users and improve engagement
* Engage and monetize all your users
* Drive customer acquisition and sales
* Grow revenues with innovative products
* Achieve true glocal monetization

SponsorPay Products

* Offer Wall
* Layover Offer Wall
* Offer Banners
* Offer Bar
* Offer Widget
* BrandEngage

SponsorPay Mobile Offer API

JSON Format
http://api.sponsorpay.com/feed/v1/offers.json?appid=[APP_ID]&uid=[USER_ID]&ip=[IP_ADDRESS]&locale=[LOCALE]&device_id=[DEVICE_ID]&ps_time=[TIMESTAMP]&pub0=[CUSTOM]&timestamp=[UNIX_TIMESTAMP]&offer_types=[OFFER_TYPES]&android_id=[ANDROID_ID]&hashkey=[HASHKEY]

XML Format
http://api.sponsorpay.com/feed/v1/offers.xml?appid=[APP_ID]&uid=[USER_ID]&ip=[IP_ADDRESS]&locale=[LOCALE]&device_id=[DEVICE_ID]&ps_time=[TIMESTAMP]&pub0=[CUSTOM]&timestamp=[UNIX_TIMESTAMP]&offer_types=[OFFER_TYPES]&android_id=[ANDROID_ID]&hashkey=[HASHKEY]

<?php

// Step 1: Gather all request parameters

$page = isset($_REQUEST['page'])?$_REQUEST['page']:"1";
$uid = isset($_REQUEST['uid'])?$_REQUEST['uid']:"svnlabs";
$pub0 = isset($_REQUEST['pub0'])?$_REQUEST['pub0']:"sv";
$appid = isset($_REQUEST['appid'])?$_REQUEST['appid']:"APP-ID";
$device_id = isset($_REQUEST['device_id'])?$_REQUEST['device_id']:"DEVICE-ID";
$ip = isset($_REQUEST['ip'])?$_REQUEST['ip']:"IP-ADDRESS";
$apikey = isset($_REQUEST['apikey'])?$_REQUEST['apikey']:"API-KEY";
$format = isset($_REQUEST['format'])?$_REQUEST['format']:"json";

$requestring = 'http://api.sponsorpay.com/feed/v1/offers.'.$format.'?';

$d = array(   
        'appid' => $appid,
        'device_id' => $device_id,
        'ip' => $ip,
        'locale' => 'en',
        'page' => $page,
        'pub0' => $pub0,
        'timestamp' => time(),
        'uid' => $uid,
    );
    
    
//Step 2: Order all request alphabetically    
    
ksort($d);

//Step 3: Concatenate all request parameters

$params = '';

foreach($d as $k=>$v)
{
  $params .= $k."=".$v."&"; 
}    

//Step 4: Concatenate the resulting string with your API Key
//Step 5: Hash the resulting string using SHA1

$hash = sha1($params.$apikey);

$url = $requestring.$params."hashkey=".$hash;

echo file_get_contents($url);

?>

 

SponsorPay is a really good solution for social media platform using more engaging ad units than traditional social media formats.