Sharry alternatives and similar software solutions
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PsiTransfer5.8 5.2 Sharry VS PsiTransferSimple open source self-hosted file sharing solution.
Plik5.7 6.3 Sharry VS PlikPlik is a temporary file upload system (Wetransfer like) in Go.
XBackBone4.8 7.2 Sharry VS XBackBoneA lightweight file manager with full ShareX support and more
Zipline3.8 8.4 Sharry VS ZiplineA ShareX/file upload server that is easy to use, packed with features, and with an easy setup!
FileShelter3.5 2.5 L4 Sharry VS FileShelterFileShelter is a “one-click” file sharing web application
goploader3.3 0.0 Sharry VS goploaderEasy file sharing with server-side encryption, curl/httpie/wget compliant
Kleeja3.1 2.8 Sharry VS Kleeja⬇️ File Upload/sharing application, used by thousands of webmasters since 2007.
imgpush3.1 0.0 Sharry VS imgpushMinimalist Self-hosted Image Service for user submitted images in your app
Share2.1 2.5 Sharry VS ShareSimple yet advanced uploader. Allows users to upload files,images, and text with moderation tools for admins. Can be used for friends and family or just for you. Built with integration, like ShareX but more uploaders will be officially supported.
fibridge2.0 0.0 Sharry VS fibridgeProxy for turning web browsers into web servers. Load a 100GB file in your browser and stream it over the public web with HTTP byte range requests.
Files Sharing2.0 0.0 Sharry VS Files SharingFiles sharing application made in PHP
Beauties1.4 0.7 Sharry VS BeautiesEssential personal Internet services
Web-File-Uploader1.4 0.0 Sharry VS Web-File-UploaderA simple tool to let people upload and share images and files
Pste1.3 6.6 Sharry VS PsteJust a simple file hosting application inspired by the likes of pomf.se and teknik.io.
FireShare1.3 0.0 Sharry VS FireShareReal-time file sharing system. Using NodeJS, ReactJS, SocketIO, MongoDB. Chai, WebdriverIO for testing.
elixireSimple yet advanced screenshot uploading and link shortening service.
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Sharry allows to share files with others in a simple way. It is a self-hosted web application. The basic concept is: upload files and get a url back that can then be shared.
How it works
Authenticated users → others
Authenticated users can upload their files on a web site together with an optional password and a time period. The time period defines how long the file is available for download. Then a public URL is generated that can be shared, e.g. via email.
The download page is hard to guess, but open to everyone.
Others → Authenticated users
Each registered user can maintain alias pages. An alias page is behind a “hard-to-guess” URL (just like the download page) and allows everyone to upload files to the corresponding user. The form does not allow to specify a password or validation period, but a description can be given. The user belonging to the alias can be notified via email. Alias pages can be disabled or deleted any time.
- Install the provided
debfile at your debian based system.
- Download provided zip
file and run the script in
bin/, as described here.
- Using the nix package manager as described here. A a NixOS module is available, too.
- Using Docker, as described here.
Please see the documentation site.
Feedback and other contributions are very welcome! You can open an
issue for questions,
problems and other feedback; or make a mail to
eikek [at] posteo.de.
I'll try to answer in time.
If you find this project any useful and want to support it via other means, giving a :star: is always encouraging and much appreciated. You can also support activity by donating via liberapay or paypal.
Thank you so much!
Sharry implements the tus protocol and the webapp uses it to send files to the backend server. This allows to send even large files reliably through http. For example, even if the connection drops in the middle of an upload and you upload the same file again later, it starts the upload process from the last received chunk of data.
The backend is written in Scala using a pure functional style on top of great typelevel libraries like cats and fs2. The frontend is written in elm.
This project is distributed under the GPLv3+
*Note that all licence references and agreements mentioned in the Sharry README section above are relevant to that project's source code only.