Built by

devonsydney

Category

Storage

Version

0.0.7

Last updated

Nov 6, 2023, 20:34:22 PM7 months ago

Bunny.net

Store uploaded files to your Medusa backend on bunny.net CDN.

Features

  • Store product images on bunny.net

Prerequisites


How to Install

1. Run the following command in the directory of the Medusa backend:
npm install @devon/medusa-file-bunny
2. Set the following environment variables in
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.env
:
BUNNY_STORAGE_ACCESS_KEY=<YOUR_BUNNY_STORAGE_ACCESS_KEY> # Also referred to as Storage FTP Password
BUNNY_STORAGE_ENDPOINT=<YOUR_BUNNY_STORAGE_ENDPOINT> # e.g. https://storage.bunnycdn.com
BUNNY_STORAGE_ZONE_NAME=<YOUR_BUNNY_STORAGE_ZONE_NAME>
BUNNY_STORAGE_PATH=<YOUR_BUNNY_STORAGE_PATH> # optional, will upload to top folder if not provided
BUNNY_PULL_ZONE_DOMAIN=<YOUR_BUNNY_PULL_ZONE_DOMAIN>
3. In
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medusa-config.js
add the following at the end of the
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plugins
array:
const plugins = [
// ...
{
resolve: `@devon/medusa-file-bunny`,
options: {
storageAccessKey: process.env.BUNNY_STORAGE_ACCESS_KEY,
storageEndpoint: process.env.BUNNY_STORAGE_ENDPOINT,
storageZoneName: process.env.BUNNY_STORAGE_ZONE_NAME,
storagePath: process.env.BUNNY_STORAGE_PATH,
pullZoneDomain: process.env.BUNNY_PULL_ZONE_DOMAIN,
},
},
]

Test the Plugin

1. Run the following command in the directory of the Medusa backend to run the backend:
npm run start
2. Upload an image for a product using the admin dashboard or using the Admin APIs.

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