Easily Create Your Own Scalable Dropbox Clone With Object Storage
Get ready to learn how to build your own Dropbox clone website with @CodeWithHarry and Linode’s affordable Object Storage. In this video, we’ll show you step by step how to use Linode’s easy-to-use platform to create a powerful and scalable file storage solution that won’t break the bank.
0:27 Create Node.js files in VS Code
2:00 Start express server
2:50 Uploading files to Linode Object Storage
8:57 Set Bucket Credentials
9:45 Create s3client
13:40 Create Access Key
14:30 Setting the ACL
16:30 Accessing (Listing) Buckets
18:30 Obtaining a File’s URL
19:00 Create Upload Function
19:55 Create Delete Object Function
20:30 Create List Object Function
24:47 Upload a Binary File
26:24 Test Run with Parameters
28:22 Obtain Boot Strap
31:15 Create UI
37:00 How the UI works
39:45 Consolidate JS Files
42:00 Edit “Success” Message
42:30 Fetch Files and send as json
48:00 Style our UI
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