cloudcmd

File manager for the web with console and editor

Usage no npm install needed!

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  import cloudcmd from 'https://cdn.skypack.dev/cloudcmd';
</script>

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Cloud Commander a file manager for the web with console and editor.

Cloud Commander

Install

npm i cloudcmd -g

Start

For starting just type in console:

cloudcmd

How to use?

Open url http://localhost:8000 in browser.

View

You will see something similar to this. View

Deploy

Cloud Commander could be easily deployed to Heroku.

Deploy

Using as Middleware

Cloud Commander could be used as middleware for node.js applications based on socket.io and express:

Init package.json:

npm init -y

Install dependencies:

npm i cloudcmd express socket.io -S

And create index.js:

import http from 'http';
import cloudcmd from 'cloudcmd';
import {Server} from 'socket.io';
import express from 'express';

const app = express();

const port = 1337;
const prefix = '/';

const server = http.createServer(app);
const socket = new Server(server, {
    path: `${prefix}socket.io`,
});

const config = {
    name: 'cloudcmd :)',
};

const filePicker = {
    data: {
        FilePicker: {
            key: 'key',
        },
    },
};

// override option from json/modules.json
const modules = {
    filePicker,
};

const {
    createConfigManager,
    configPath,
} = cloudcmd;

const configManager = createConfigManager({
    configPath,
});

app.use(prefix, cloudcmd({
    socket, // used by Config, Edit (optional) and Console (required)
    config, // config data (optional)
    modules, // optional
    configManager, // optional
}));

server.listen(port);

Docker

The docker images are provided for multiple architectures and types. The following list shows all existing images:

Architecture Type
amd64 linux
arm/v7 linux
arm64 (arm/v8) linux
amd64 linux-alpine
arm/v7 linux-alpine
arm64 (arm/v8) linux-alpine

Cloud Commander could be used as a docker container this way:

docker run -it --rm -v ~:/root -v /:/mnt/fs -w=/root -p 8000:8000 coderaiser/cloudcmd

Config would be read from home directory, hosts root file system would be mount to /mnt/fs, 8000 port would be exposed to hosts port.

Also you could use docker compose with docker-compose.yml:

version: '2'
services:
  web:
    ports:
      - 8000:8000
    volumes:
      - ~:/root
      - /:/mnt/fs
    image: coderaiser/cloudcmd

When you create this file run:

docker-compose up

Documentation

More documentation you can find on https://cloudcmd.io/.

Get involved

There is a lot ways to be involved in Cloud Commander development:

License

MIT