With MyShare you can create web sites where people can share photos, music, videos, or whatever.
It is really simple, easy to use and free.
After you created the web site, people can upload photos, videos, sounds, books, PDFs,…
MyShare is made with Python/Django, nginx, mysql and a lot of useful functions that you will see.
All the binaries of MyShare are available on GitHub.
How to use
The web site can be accessed from any browser on the Internet.
It has been tested using Firefox, Chrome and Safari.
Assets can be accessed by the URL
In this website, there is the menu of the MyShare website.
If you click on Browse, you will be redirected to the web site where assets are displayed.
The web site will allow you to create an Asset or to list all the Assets.
A Asset can be a photo, a book, a video, a PDF,…
You can do a title and description for the Asset.
This allows you to use the thumbnails to create a visual index of the Assets and to search for something.
This is really useful for example for a photo-album.
The first user is the admin of the MyShare website.
The admin can access the Assets and has the right to delete them.
The admin can also access the other web site, if it is created with the MyShare functionnality.
Once the web site is created, you have to create the user database.
It is done using the Python DB API.
If you have created a MyShare website using the django-admin.py script,
you don’t need to do anything else.
If you need to create an Asset, there are 3 functions:
Creates a new Asset with the given title and description.
Modifies an Asset with the given ID and the title and description to update them.
Deletes an Asset with the given ID.
When you login, the data of the users are saved in the database.
In this way, they will have access to the Assets.
Updating the assets
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