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Python function that generates a URL to a given S3 resource.

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Python function that generates a URL to a given S3 resource.

Example

url_for_s3('static', bucket_name='my-cool-foobar-bucket',
           scheme='https', filename='pics/logo.png')

Will return: https://my-cool-foobar-bucket.s3.amazonaws.com/static/pics/logo.png

Note: this function assumes that the given resource exists on S3 and is publicly accessible.

Based loosely on Flask-S3’s url_for().

For a complete, working Flask app that demonstrates url-for-s3 in action, have a look at flask-s3-save-example.

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