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Class: JS Webdav Client
Access files of a Webdav server
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This fixes #41
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A simple way to administer a WebDAV filesystem in a browser.

Currently Tested

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There are supplied examples for how to set up Apache in the examples/ directory and a working example (using Docker) usable via the scripts in the test/ directory.

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- Browsing WebDAV shares by folder - Previewing font, image, video, audio and anything supplied by the server with text/ mime-types - Directory creation - Drag and drop file upload


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