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We are using the storage facade to upload the files with s3 configuration setup in config/filesystems.php and it's working but we need now to set up the expire headers for the static contents.
see the response in attached screenshot (https://prnt.sc/10dp5vy)
We are using the same configuration but didn't get any success. Also, max-age is not reflecting in the browser network panel tab.
I am trying to find out how to add headers (Expires, CacheControl) to a file uploaded using the Laravel 7.30.4 Storage facade. I am using laravel documentation for reference.
Yes, you may create the module on your own. Simply, you just need to follow our bagisto documentation of package creation (https://devdocs.bagisto.com/1.x/packages/).
Also, You may refer to the link (https://webkul.com/blog/laravel-multi-vendor-marketplace/) for the working procedure of how you may allow the seller to add product, view orders, configure their profile.
Alternatively, you may use Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/groups/bagisto/) to find your solution.