FileGator is a free, open-source, self-hosted web application for managing files and folders.
You can manage files inside your local repository folder (on your server's hard drive) or connect to other storage adapters (see below).
FileGator has multi-user support so you can have admins and other users managing files with different access permissions, roles and home folders.
All basic file operations are supported: copy, move, rename, edit, create, delete, preview, zip, unzip, download, upload.
If allowed, users can download multiple files or folders at once.
File upload supports drag&drop, progress bar, pause and resume. Upload is chunked so you should be able to upload large files regardless of your server configuration.
FileGator is a free, open-source project. It's an independent project with its ongoing development made possible entirely thanks to the support by these awesome backers. If you'd like to join them, please consider:
This is read-only demo with guest account enabled.
john/johnto see John's private files
jane/janeas readonly + download user.
You must have
git clone https://github.com/filegator/filegator.git cd filegator cp configuration_sample.php configuration.php chmod -R 775 private/ chmod -R 775 repository/ composer install --ignore-platform-reqs npm install npm run build
The following command will launch backend and frontend on ports 8081 and 8080:
npm run serve
Once everything is ready visit:
Testing requires xdebug, php-zip and sqlite php extensions.
vendor/bin/phpunit vendor/bin/phpstan analyse ./backend npm run lint npm run e2e
Set the website document root to
/dist directory. This is also known as 'public' folder.
NOTE: For security reasons
/dist is the ONLY folder you want to be exposed through the web. Everything else should be outside of your web root, this way people can’t access any of your important files through the browser.
Please ⭐️ this repository if this project helped you!
If you discover any security related issues, please email [email protected] instead of using the issue tracker.
Copyright (c) 2019 Milos Stojanovic.
This project is MIT licensed.