UP is a file uploader with polymorphic relations.







UP is deprecated. Please use the UP2

UP for Laravel 4

UP is a file uploader with polymorphic relations.


To get the lastest version of Theme simply require it in your composer.json file.

"teepluss/up": "dev-master"

You'll then need to run composer install to download it and have the autoloader updated.

Once Theme is installed you need to register the service provider with the application. Open up app/config/app.php and find the providers key.

'providers' => array(



UP also ships with a facade which provides the static syntax for creating collections. You can register the facade in the aliases key of your app/config/app.php file.

'aliases' => array(

    'UP' => 'Teepluss\Up\Facades\Up'


Publish config using artisan CLI.

php artisan config:publish teepluss/up

Migrate tables.

php artisan migrate --package=teepluss/up


First you have to create a morph method for your model that want to use "UP".

class Blog extends Eloquent {

    public function .....

     * Blog has many files upload.
     * @return AttachmentRelate
    public function files()
        return $this->morphMany('\Teepluss\Up\AttachmentRelates\Eloquent\AttachmentRelate', 'fileable');


After create a method "files", Blog can use "UP" to upload files.

Upload file and resizing.

// Return an original file meta.
UP::upload(Blog::find(1), Input::file('userfile'))->getMasterResult();
UP::upload(User::find(1), Input::file('userfile'))->getMasterResult();

// Return all results files uploaded including resized.
UP::upload(Product::find(1), Input::file('userfile'))->resize()->getResults();

// If you have other fields in table attachments.
UP::upload(User::find(1), Input::file('userfile'), array('some_id' => 999))->getMasterResult();

// UP can upload remote file. UP::inject(array('remote' => true))->upload(User::find(1), Input::file('userfile'), array('some_id' => 999))->getResults();

Look up a file path.

$blogs = Blog::with('files')->get();

foreach ($blogs as $blog)
    foreach ($blog->files as $file)
        // Access attachment.
        // var_dump($file->atatchment);

        echo UP::lookup($file->attachment_id);

        // or lookup with scale from config.

        echo UP::lookup($file->attachment_id)->scale('l');

Remove file(s) from storage.

$attachmentId = 'b5540d7e6350589004e02e23feb3dc1f';

// Remove a single file.

// Remove all files including resized.
UP::remove($attachmentId, true);

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