Segregate your S3 content according to your environment. Adding the following to
'pdfs' => ['driver' => 's3','root' => env('APP_NAME') . '/pdfs','key' => env('AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID'),'secret' => env('AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY'),'region' => env('AWS_DEFAULT_REGION'),'bucket' => 'mybucket','visibility' => 'public',],
In the above, PDF files will be stored for public consumption within a disk prefixed with the environment name. The key to this is the
root attribute. This provides a path to prefix to all files that are created in the pdfs disk.
Write files to the pdf folder after specifying the disk;
->url() command can be used to get the public url for the created file;
>>> Storage::disk('pdfs')->url('hello.txt');=> "https://mybucket.s3.eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/MYAPP-DEV/pdfs/hello.txt"
Be sure to have different app names between Dev, Staging and Live to separate your output.