React-Router locations on AWS s3 bucket do not work

I have my static react app hosted in an AWS s3 bucket. It renders fine. However, I am utilizing react-router-dom to navigate between “pages.” (I have enabled public access, enabled static …

How to track upload progress to S3 using aws-sdk V3 for browser (javascript)

I can find a lot of resources online on how to track upload progress to S3 using aws-sdk V2, listening to the event like: .on(‘httpUploadProgress’, event => {} But since I updated the aws-sdk to …

AWS S3 REST API “RequestTimeTooSkewed” Error

I am attempting to initiate a multipart upload to an s3 bucket directly from the browser by following the corresponding AWS Docs. However, I’m receiving the following response error: &…

Upload to AWS S3 got 403 Forbidden – Solved by remove “ACL” in param

I was developing the frontend using React.js, and I use Javascript SDK for uploading a file to my S3 bucket using my root AWS account. I followed the official doc but kept getting 403 Forbidden. If …

MalformedXML: The XML you provided was not well-formed or did not validate against our published schema

I am having this weird issue while working with AWS S3. I am working on application by which I can store the images to AWS bucket. Using Multer as middleware and S3FS library to connect and upload to AWS. But the following error pops up when I try uploading the content. “MalformedXML: The XML you provided was not well-formed or did not validate against our publis hed schema” Index.js EDIT Output: Package.json Answer This code should work for you. You need to remember that: 1) use unique bucket name 2) under your file object use ‘originalname’ instead of ‘name’ <–

AWS Upload with multipart/form-data Invalid

I am sending a file to the presignedPOST url to upload to AWS S3 and in other resources I’ve found, to send a file with form-data is to switch to multipart/form-data to send a file. This is the form …

Format of S3 pre-signed URLs

I’m trying to create an S3 pre-signed URL in my JavaScript code using: var params = {Bucket: ‘myBucketName’, Key: ‘key’, Expires: 60}; var url = s3.getSignedUrl(‘getObject’, params); console.log(‘…