you will create a small web service that allows users to paste in text and publish it to an endpoint. A user with the URI to the text file is then able to access the text from their browser.
Only a small subset of the service's functionality is required. In addition, there is a slight twist to it: You will be creating a small service that accepts any file and saves it, generating a URI for it, and permitting users to download the file by accessing its corresponding URI. A user should be able to set a title or name for the file. As well, the user should have the option to set an expiration on the file - but it is **not required** to actually delete the files. Finally, the app must have a Dockerfile and a script to build the Docker image. Everything should be submitted in a tarball.
You may use any language and any language libraries to complete this. Any details not listed here (such as data persistence) are not defined and may be implemented in whatever fashion is convenient. Please be sure to leave notes in the README if the design choices require additional setup or if there are any additional features/decisions you would like to highlight.
- API service that uploads a file, saves it and generates a URI for it
- Must be able to set a name/title and expiration for the file
- Must have a README that specifies how to run/build the app
- Must have a Dockerfile and a script for building the app
- All code must be bundled in a .[login to view URL] file
Hello, I have worked with Docker, Node and file upload before, I can and would like to do this project. I have some questions though. When you say a service do you mean a web site where you can drop a file, it saves o Daha Fazla