Command-line tool to upload a directory to an AWS S3 bucket and optionally invalidate the associated AWS CloudFront distribution.
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npm install s3front
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|Version||0.3.4 last updated 10 months ago|
|Keywords||aws, s3, cloudfront, command-line, cli|
|Dependencies (10)||async, commander, knox, wrench, progress, cloudfront, eyes, node-uuid, underscore, fs-extra|
Fast command-line tool to upload a directory to an AWS S3 bucket and optionally invalidate the associated AWS CloudFront distribution. By default all uploaded files will be public. Per bucket caching is done in local
.s3front.json file to avoid uploading the same file.
npm install s3front -g
Usage: s3front [options] Options: -h, --help output usage information -V, --version output the version number -k, --key <key> aws key access id -s, --secret <secret> aws secret access key -b, --bucket <name> bucket name -q, --quiet quiet mode -i, --invalidate after upload find first cloudfront distribution which has an alias similar to the bucket name and invalidates its content
The content of
website_dir will be uploaded to the S3 bucket named
If the upload is successful and a distribution containing an alias
website is found, the whole distribution will be invalidated.
cd website_dir; s3front -k xxx -s xxx -b website -l;