The greatest use case I could hope for with this project is that someone uses it to turn their old laptop they were gonna throw away into a file server.
Vue-fs is meant to be just that. A simple home server app for anyone that wants to NAS the old hardware they have lying around. I'm also planning on adding more features in the future like User/API Auth, File Sharing and Public/Private folders.
✔️ Upload (multiple files)
✔️ Download (multiple files/directories)
✔️ Move (multiple files/directories)
✔️ Delete (multiple files/directories)
✔️ Create new diretories
✔️ File viewer *if compatible with the browser
✖️ Rename files/directories
✖️ User/API auth
✖️ File Sharing
I ran compatibility tests on the project's node backend with a Raspberry Pi, an old netbook running Ubuntu, and a Windows 10 machine. All features worked on all three of these test machines (thanks POSIX!).
I'm always open to collaboration, and would welcome pull requests. I hope someone out there finds this useful, and hopefully this will enrich the FOSS community in some small way. Thanks for checking it out guys!
This project exists mostly as a challenge to myself! Vue-fs is meant to be a complete home file server and file management solution. The idea being you can run it on a Raspberry Pi, an old laptop or even a rack server Over time I will be adding extra features to this project, listed below. I also welcome collaboration, should any of you feel inclined :)
- Upload (multiple files)
- Download (multiple files/directories)
- Move (multiple files/directories)
- Delete (multiple files/directories)
- Create new diretories
- File viewer *if compatible with the browser
- Rename files/directories
- User auth
cd client # install dependencies npm install # serve with hot reload at localhost:8080 npm run dev # build for production with minification npm run build
cd server # install dependencies npm install # run server node server.js # if you have nodemon installed globally npm run…