Finally, add the fields AZURE_STORAGE_NAME, AZURE_STORAGE_KEY and AZURE_STORAGE_CONTAINER to your .env file with the appropriate credentials. Then you can set the azure driver as either your default or cloud driver and use it to fetch and retrieve files as usual.
Constructing a URL
This driver doesn't support the Storage::url($path) method, and adding support as a third-party package doesn't appear to be practical. However, you can construct a URL to retrieve the asset as follows: