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Google App Engine for WordPress

Description

Google App Engine for WordPress enables seamless operation of your
WordPress-powered site on the App Engine PHP runtime.

This plugin adds overrides to core functionality in WordPress to use App Engine
infrastructure, such as the Mail functionality, and uploading media to Google
Cloud Storage

Note: This plugin is designed to be used with Google App Engine only and will not work with any other hosting.

Caching

We recommend using the Batcache and Memcache drop-ins to cache your
WordPress site. Batcache integrates with Memcache to cache your site on the App
Engine memcache server and will ensure that CloudSQL is used as little as
possible, reducing your costs.

If you host a rarely updated site, we suggest adding the following configuration
to your wp-config.php:

$batcache = [
    'seconds' => 0,
    'max_age' => 60 * 30,  // 30 minutes.
];

This will cache pages on your site for a year and ensure that they do not expire
in memcache. With this setup and a fully primed cache, all anonymous users will
be served via Memcache with no hits to CloudSQL.

Note that using WordPress’ built-in comments will enable commenters to bypass
the cache, so if you want to use comments on a fully-cached site, we recommend
Intense Debate or Disqus (with the synchronization disabled).

FAQ

Why can’t I use the plugin installer/upgrader?

For security reasons, all code on App Engine must be deployed via appcfg.py.
This includes WordPress plugins and themes, as well as editing files via the
administration panel.

Is this plugin required to run WordPress on App Engine?

We recommend running App Engine for WordPress to ensure that all WordPress
functionality works correctly. Without this plugin, you will not be able to send
email or upload files, and some UI may be broken.

Reviews

upload media to cloud storage

hinrider

Can anyone explain how can I Hijacks the media uploading functionality in WordPress to use Google Cloud Storage for the media library.

This function is included in google app engine plugin, but it is designed to be used with Google App Engine only and will not work with any other hosting.

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Changelog

1.6

  • Fixed image sizes after uploading images (credit: tuanmh).
  • Set 24 hour validity on upload URLs for media uploads (Requires App Engine PHP
    SDK 1.9.18 or greater).
  • Fix link in readme for Memcache.

1.5

  • Fix for media uploads failing in WordPress 4.0 due to incorrect auth cookies
    being copied.

1.4

  • Use a default 30 second timeout for URLFetch requests.
  • Use auto loading for GAE SDK now that it is available.
  • Use CloudStorageTools::getPublicUrl() for Cloud Storage URLs so that they
    work correctly on the development server.
  • Add support for serving uploaded media files over HTTPs.

1.3

  • Add support for importing a WDX file from Google Cloud Storage into the site.
  • Provide a URL Fetch based HTTP client, which is optimized for the App Engine
    environment. This also corrects issues caused by fsockopen only being available
    to paid application in the production environment.
  • Fix bug detecting if the Cloud Storage bucket is writable during plugin setup.

1.2

  • Use CloudStorageTools::getPublicUrl in the dev environment so PIL is not a requirement.
  • Fix Readme file to highlight that the plugin is for Google App Engine only.
  • Work around is_writable check in the development environment.

1.1

  • Fix uploads issue on the development server where PyCrypto is not available.
  • include ‘max_bytes_per_blob’ in createUploadUrl options only if wp_max_upload_size() is a positive int
  • Remove writable bucket check work around is this is now natively supported.

1.0

  • Initial release

Contributors & Developers

This is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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