Author: Manuel Lemos
Updated on: 2023-02-11
Posted on: 2023-02-11
Package: Yii2 MultiFS
For instance, PHP provides file system iterator classes that allow applications to traverse the files and directories contained in a given directory.
This package implements file system classes that file system iterator classes can access to traverse directories so that the full path is defined dynamically from application configuration values loaded using the Yii2 framework configuration access classes.
It also provides file upload handling support that uses these file system access classes to store the uploaded file contents in directories with paths that depend on the current application configuration.
This way, this application provides flexibility to application developers, so they do not have to hardcode the full application paths of the directories where important application files are stored.
About the Yii2 MultiFS Package
The basic purpose is: File system providers to access configurable paths
Here follows in more detail what it does:
This package implements file system providers to access configurable paths.
It provides classes that implement PHP file system iterator interfaces that can access directories and files with paths based on configuration values from the YII framework.
The package also provides a file uploading handling that can use the file system classes to implement the processing of files uploaded to a site using these classes.
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