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ipfs-companion - Browser extension that simplifies access to IPFS resources on the web

  •    Javascript

IPFS Companion harnesses the power of your locally running IPFS node (either through the IPFS Desktop app or the command-line daemon) directly inside your favorite Chromium-based or Firefox browser, enabling support for ipfs:// addresses, automatic IPFS gateway loading of websites and file paths, easy IPFS file import and sharing, and more. IPFS is a peer-to-peer hypermedia protocol designed to make the web faster, safer, more resilient, and more open. It enables the creation and dissemination of completely distributed sites and applications that don’t rely on centralized hosting and stay true to the original vision of an open, flat web. Visit the IPFS Project website to learn more.

ipfs-desktop - An unobtrusive and user-friendly desktop application for IPFS on Windows, Mac and Linux

  •    Javascript

IPFS Desktop gives you all the power of IPFS in a convenient desktop app: a complete IPFS node, plus handy OS menubar/taskbar shortcuts and an all-in-one file manager, peer map, and content explorer. Use IPFS Desktop to get acquainted with IPFS without needing to touch the terminal — or, if you're already experienced, use the powerful menubar/taskbar shortcuts alongside the command line to make your IPFS workflow faster.

ipfs-companion - Browser extension that simplifies access to IPFS resources

  •    Javascript

IPFS is a new hypermedia distribution protocol, addressed by content and identities. IPFS enables the creation of completely distributed applications. It aims to make the web faster, safer, and more open. Companion will detect presence of DNSLink in DNS records of visited websites and redirect HTTP request to a local gateway.

Meething - Decentralized Real-time communications

  •    Javascript

Meething is a semi-decentralized conference bridge using modern WebRTC, GunDB and MediaSoup to produce a hybrid MESH-SFU with strong privacy, zero user data retention and powerful off-grid capabilities.

Dweb.page - Your Gateway to the Distributed Web

  •    Javascript

Dweb.page (previously Pact.online) is an open source webpage that lets you share and search content on the distributed web based on IPFS. The webpage itself runs on any writable IPFS gateway (see Hosting below). It’s one of the first distributed websites, and it's completely running in your browser, meaning you are in control of your own data. Furthermore, the website uses the distributed ledger technology IOTA to store metadata of the publicly uploaded files. The decentralized search engine integrated into the website uses this metadata to index the uploaded content. Additionally, the transfer history based on IOTA provides a transparent logging system and allows you to claim the ownership of your data. For a description of the security of Dweb.page see the first draft of the security whitepaper (Outdated draft needs to be changed after new signature + search engine implementation).

ipfs-blog - IPFS Blog & News

  •    Vue

This repository contains code and content for the IPFS Blog & News website. To contribute to the site, please follow the instructions below for post authors/editors and site developers. While it's possible to manually PR a new blog post from a local build, you are strongly encouraged to use this site's Forestry integration for drafting and editing new content. Using Forestry offers you WYSIWYG editing (in addition to raw markdown mode), easy image upload/crop tools, and instant previews. If you're an IPFS core team member and don't have Forestry access, contact Jessica Schilling.

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