Minimalistic bookmark manager for your own server written in PHP. Bookmarks are stored in a sqlite database.
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b - Bookmark manager

b is a minimalistic bookmark manager for your own server. Written in PHP. Bookmarks are stored in a sqlite database. Features:

  • filtering
  • tagging
  • automatic fetching of page title
  • infinite scrolling (optional)
  • bookmarklet
  • multiple users

Requirements

  • PHP 5.6+
  • PHP module sqlite
  • PHP module curl

Configuration instructions

  • Copy all repository files to a directory accessible by the webserver-user, like /var/www/b
  • Move config.template.php to config.php and edit it
    • baseDir is the directory where the sqlite dbs are stored, e.g. /var/bookmarks/. The directory must be readable and writeable by the webserver-user
    • baseUri is the base uri's relative path param, e.g. /b/ if the website is accessible via http://example.com/b/. Or use / for http://bookmarks.example.com/ for example, if you want to have a dedicated subdomain for the service.
  • Create a new user-account simply by creating a new directory in baseDir: mkdir /var/bookmarks/peter/

Webserver configuration example for apache

  • If you want your bookmarks to be accessible under their own subdomain like http://bookmarks.example.com/, add a virtual host to your httpd.conf:

     <VirtualHost *:80>
       ServerName bookmarks.example.com
       DocumentRoot "/var/www/b"
    
       <Directory />
         RewriteEngine On
         RewriteBase /
         RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f
         RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d
         RewriteRule . index.php [L]
    
         # Password protection            
         AuthType Basic
         AuthName b
         AuthUserFile /opt/bookmarks/htusers
         Require user peter
       </Directory>
     </VirtualHost>
    
  • Create a password file and restart apache. If you don't want to use a password, remove the "Password protection" part from the virtual host configuration.

     htpasswd -c /opt/bookmarks/htusers peter
     apachectl restart
    
  • If you want to use a localhost fake domain, add the host to your /etc/hosts file:

     127.0.0.1 bookmarks.example.com
    
  • Peter's bookmarks should now be accessible via http://bookmarks.example.com/peter

  • Run a configuration-check via http://bookmarks.example.com/index.php?configtest

How to use

  • To add a new bookmark, simply paste it into the input field and press return. the url may be followed by hash tags, e.g. http://example.com #example #bla #wurst
  • The website's title is automatically fetched and the bookmark is added to the database.
  • Edit title by double clicking it. This opens a prompt-dialog where you can edit the title. Enter '-' (minus sign) to remove an entry.
  • To edit the URL, double click beside the link.
  • The input field can also be used to filter bookmarks. Filtering is done with a full-text search on all titles.

Infinite scrolling

If you have a massive amount of bookmarks and you don't want to load them all at once, you can activate infinite scrolling. This will load a limited amount on bookmarks initially and load more when you scroll to the bottom of the page. Activate infinite scrolling by adding 'infiniteScrolling' => 200 to your config.php. Replace 200 with the number of bookmarks you want to load each time you hit the bottom.

Bookmarklet

Visit /[user]/bookmarklet to access the user's bookmarklet, e.g. http://bookmarks.example.com/peter/bookmarklet. (Thanks to nibreh for the suggestion!)

Credits

Copyright (c) 2011-2017 Sebastian Volland http://github.com/sebcode

The source code is licensed under the terms of the MIT license (see LICENSE file).