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File Repository's documentation

File Repository is a modern API application dedicated for storing files. It is able to use various storage backends including AWS S3, Dropbox, Google Drive and just filesystem. Lightweight, requires just PHP7 and at least SQLite3 or MySQL (other databases can be also supported in future due to using ORM).

Main functionality:

  • Strict access control, you can generate a token that will have access to specific actions on specific items
  • Store files where you need; on AWS S3, Minio.io, FTP, local storage and others...
  • Deduplication for non-grouped files. There will be no duplicated files stored on your disk
  • Backups management, you can define a collection of file versions that can rotate on adding a new version
  • API + lightweight frontend
  • Ready to integrate upload forms for your applications. Only generate token and redirect a user to an url
.. toctree::
   :maxdepth: 2
   :caption: Contents:

   first-steps
   configuration-reference
   docker
   postman
   domain/authentication/index
   domain/storage/index
   domain/backup/index
   domain/minimumui/index
   client/bahub.rst
   shell-access
   riotkit-guide

From authors

Project was started as a part of RiotKit initiative, for the needs of grassroot organizations such as:

  • Fighting for better working conditions syndicalist (International Workers Association for example)
  • Tenants rights organizations
  • Various grassroot organizations that are helping people to organize themselves without authority

Technical description:

Project was created in Domain Driven like design in PHP 7, with Symfony 4 framework. There are API tests written in Postman and unit tests written in PhpUnit. Feel free to submit pull requests, report issues, or join our team. The project is licensed with a MIT license.

.. rst-class:: language-en align-center

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