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SpendSpentSpent

SpendSpentSpent (SSS) is an easy to use self hosted expense tracker. The goal of this application is to make creating new expense as easy and as quick as possible. The application features are split into 3 pages

Demo instance

Spend (center page)

  • Add expense categories
  • Add expenses with option to enable location
  • Add recurring expense

Spent (right page)

  • Selected month day by day expenses details and location if enabled
  • Delete expenses

Spent (left page)

  • Monthly and yearly graphs to compare overall expenses and categories expenses by month or year.

Run

Environment variables

Name Default Required Comments
SALT (none) Yes Required for password hashing
DB_PATH ./SSS No (Hardcoded in docker container, can't be changed) Location of the DB file or a full JDBC connection url (H2DB and MySQL supported)
DB_USER (none) No db username if using JDBC url for connection
DB_PASS (none) No db password if using JDBC url for connection
ALLOW_SIGNUP 0 No 1 = allow signups, 0 = Do not allow signups
ANNOUNCEMENT_MESSAGE (none) No Show a message on the login screen, ex: ANNOUNCEMENT_MESSAGE="Welcome to my SpendSpentSpent instance". See demo instance to see what it looks like

SMTP environment variables are necessary if you want to enable the forgot password function and recurring expense notification emails.

Name Default Required (based on if you want SMTP services enabled) Comments
ROOT_URL http://localhost:8080 No The base URL used in the links in email sent to users
SMTP_HOST (none) Yes
SMTP_PORT 0 Yes
SMTP_USERNAME (none) No
SMTP_PASSWORD (none) No
SMTP_FROM (none) Yes Who will be the sender of the email
SMTP_TRANSPORT_STRATEGY SMTP Yes Possible values: SMTP, SMTPS, SMTP_TLS

Docker

This is the easiest way to run SSS

docker run -t -v "/path/to/your/save-folder:/config" \
	-v "/etc/localtime:/etc/localtime:ro" \
	-e "SALT=somerandomstring" \
	-p "9001:9001" \
	gonzague/spendspentspent

The SALT environment variable is required especially if you want to use password protection to the application. Once set, do not change it while running against the same config folder.

With docker compose:

 sss:
  container_name: sss
  image: gonzague/spendspentspent
  restart: unless-stopped
  ports:
   - "9001:9001"
  volumes:
   - ./SpendSpentSpent/config:/config
   - /etc/localtime:/etc/localtime:ro
  environment:
   SALT: somerandomstring

From the jar file

You will need to have Java 9 to be installed on your machine to be able to run SSS

 SALT=somerandomestring DB_PATH=/path/to/save/file  java -Dserver.port=9001 -jar /app/SpendSpentSpent.jar

Update

Docker

docker pull gonzague/spendspentspent

and restart your container

Jar File

Download the lastest JAR file from the release page and run it the same way.

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