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    webfm

    0.9.39 • Public • Published

    Two-pane file manager for the web.

    Demo: webfm.daemon-notes.com

    Login/Password: guest/guest

    WebFM

    • Backend is Sails v1 application on Node v8

      Custom ORM adapter is created for file system access. Basically, I am using ORM models and queries to work with the shares and files.

      The rest is simple REST server accessed via WebSockets.

      Backend is under api/ directory.

    • Frontend is React/Redux on Bootstrap 4

      Fully responsive application created using Reactstrap, which is Bootstrap 4 for React, using custom CSS when needed (mainly flexgrid).

      Initial markup comes prepared on the server utilizing Server-Side Rendering.

      Frontend is under assets/js/ directory.

    • Everything is powered by JavaScript ES2017, native on Node and processed with Babel/Webpack for the browser.

    Installation

    1. Install Node v8 and Redis according to your OS way of doing so.

    2. Get the sources:

    # git clone https://github.com/basarevych/webfm
    # cd webfm
    # cp webfm.conf.example webfm.conf
    # yarn install --prod
    

    NOTE: If you are going to use build commands then remove --prod from the yarn arguments above.

    I recommend using yarn for the dependencies and pm2 for starting as system service.

    Edit the initial webfm.conf file, add your users and shares. User password is SHA256 hash of a password actually - don't put the real password there. Shares are defined as items in read[] or write[] array of the user section. You will find the example in the config file.

    1. Start

    Do yarn start or npm start to start the thing. To make it permanent you can do pm2 start ./ecosystem.config.js --env production (this ecosystem.config.js file is in the repo).

    Development

    In order to build production bundles use yarn run build (after that run yarn start to start the server).

    Development version is built using yarn run build:dev - this command will not terminate but will watch the files for changes, recompiling the bundle when need. In another terminal run yarn run start:dev to start dev version of the server.

    Development bundles are excluded from the repo, but production bundles should be committed into it so you will not have to run build task on hosting server.

    License

    MIT

    TODO

    • Turn this React/Redux demo into a real application for everyday use.

    Install

    npm i webfm

    DownloadsWeekly Downloads

    36

    Version

    0.9.39

    License

    MIT

    Unpacked Size

    5.38 MB

    Total Files

    231

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    Collaborators

    • basarevych