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Signing S3 Upload Requests With Signature Version 4 in a Rails and AngularJS Application

  • Aug 10, 2017
  • AWS, Ruby on Rails, Angular, Ruby

Amazon S3 Signature v4 Process

In our Ruby on Rails web applications, we use Amazon S3 to store files. Uploading files to Amazon S3 buckets via HTTP requests, requires signing the request. Current recommended and safer signing method is Signature Version 4 and AWS regions openned after January 30, 2014, such as London and Frankfurt, only support this version.

In this blog post, I will try to exlain how to sign HTTP requests for Amazon S3 uploads in a Rails application and make requests by using AngularJS ng-file-upload module. ... read more

Starting Shikisoft Blog!

  • Aug 1, 2017
  • Announcements

Today I am excited to start this blog to share our experiences in Shikisoft with the open source and cloud communities; as well as our followers. Since the decision to work in my own business four and a half years ago, I have learnt so much from both communities. Thanks to them, we have come so far and continue to learn every day.

This is the magic of founding a new business. You enter a different world than that you used to be in a corporate. You work hard, come across lots of difficulties, sometimes you are up sometimes down. However, you learn much more and I think despite all the side effects it is enjoyable! ... read more

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