How to overwrite images via ftp upload in laravel?

by tressie.damore , in category: PHP Frameworks , 22 days ago

How to overwrite images via ftp upload in laravel?

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by domenico , 21 days ago

@tressie.damore 

To overwrite images via FTP upload in Laravel, you can follow these steps:

  1. First, make sure you have the FTP credentials for the server where your images are located.
  2. Next, you can use the FTP extension in Laravel to connect to the FTP server. You can use the Phpseclib package to make this connection. Install the package using Composer: composer require phpseclib/phpseclib
  3. Create a new FTP service provider in config/app.php: 'providers' => [ // Other service providers AppProvidersFtpServiceProvider::class, ]
  4. Create a new FTP service provider by running the command: php artisan make:provider FtpServiceProvider In the newly created FtpServiceProvider class, you can add the following code to create an FTP connection: use IlluminateSupportServiceProvider; use phpseclibNetSFTP; class FtpServiceProvider extends ServiceProvider { public function register() { $this->app->singleton(SFTP::class, function($app) { $sftp = new SFTP('ftp.example.com'); $sftp->login('username', 'password'); return $sftp; }); } }
  5. Now, you can use this FTP connection to upload and overwrite images. Here is an example of how you can upload and overwrite an image: use phpseclibNetSFTP; $sftp = app(SFTP::class); $remoteFilePath = '/path/to/image.jpg'; $localFilePath = public_path('image.jpg'); $sftp->put($remoteFilePath, file_get_contents($localFilePath));
  6. Make sure to adjust the file paths and host details according to your setup.


By following these steps, you can upload and overwrite images via FTP upload in Laravel.