A simple way to administer a WebDAV filesystem from your browser.
The original aim for this project was to provide a bookmarklet for use when you want to administer a WebDAV server, without the need for using a third party application.
The application has since been rewritten to not rely on jQuery and use more modern methods and provide a single runtime file. Now that there's more separation between the interface code and the library code, I'd like to investigate using other frontend approaches to see which I prefer (and also to weigh up the differences between the currently available frameworks). There's still work to do around code separation andhopefully this will be something I can continue to work on (as time allows) I feel it's at least as stable as the previous version.
- IE11 (I may drop support for this to reduce the package size in the future - unless anyone REALY needs it?)
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There is also an example for how you could set up Apache in the
examples/ directory (one using a locally hosted
version of the library, and one using a CDN).
Think you have another example implementation that would be good to showcase? Fork this repository and make a PR!
Test the library
Included in the package is a
docker-compose.yml file that can spawn an Alpine Linux Apache WebDAV server that uses the
example Apache configuration so you can see the library in action if you don't have a WebDAV server at your disposal.
To start it, run:
and navigate to
If you feel this can be improved (I'm certain it can!), please feel free to fork it and submit a PR.
To start making changes, ensure you install all the dependencies:
yarn install # or npm install
After making changes, ensure you rebuild the application:
yarn build # or npm run build
Once your changes have compiled you can test using the Docker container.
To run the unit tests:
docker-compose run --workdir=/src --rm test yarn test