Data Types

DownloadFile

To download files via the browser:

https://upcdn.io/{accountId}/raw/{filePath}

For example:

https://upcdn.io/W142hJk/raw/example/image.jpg

For private files: you must append ?_auth=true to your URLs and have a valid JWT cookie (see: authorization). Alternatively, you can download private files using API keys like in the examples below.

To download files using code:

GET https://upcdn.io/{accountId}/raw/{filePath}
cURL
1curl https://upcdn.io/{accountId}/raw/{filePath} \
2 -H "Authorization: Bearer YOUR_API_KEY"
Response (200)
1Binary response

Response Body

The file's contents.

URL Parameters

accountId

Path to a file hosted by your account.

Type: String

Length: 7

Example: A623uY2

In: Path

Required: Yes

filePath

Absolute path to a file. Must begin with a /.

Type: String

Min Length: 1

Max Length: 512

Example: /uploads/image.jpg

In: Path

Required: Yes

_auth

Must be set when using JWT cookies to download private files.

Do not include this parameter otherwise.

Default: false

Type: Boolean

Example: ?_auth=false

In: Querystring

Required: No

_cache

Prevents the raw file from being cached by the Upload CDN.

Type: Boolean

Example: ?_cache=true

In: Querystring

Required: No

_download

Forces the browser to display a download prompt (instead of rendering the file in a browser window).

Type: Boolean

Example: ?_download=true

In: Querystring

Required: No

_version

Downloads the latest version of your file (if you have overwritten it) when added to the URL with a unique value.

The value can be anything, e.g. an incremental number, a timestamp, etc.

You only need to provide and update this value if/when you overwrite your file.

The alias _v is also supported.

Type: String

Example: ?_version=1

In: Querystring

Required: No

Request Headers

Authorization

Add one of these Authorization header values to your request:

Option 1: prefix "Bearer " to your API key. The result is your Authorization header value.

Option 2: use HTTP basic authorization, specifying apikey as your username, and your API key as your password.

Type: String

In: Header

Required: No

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