Glad to have you join us again for our weekly Self Hosted Roundup where we bring you the latest developments in self-hosted and open source applications. What exciting things can we look forward to this week? Let's get started!
Run your own instance:
docker run -d -p 8080:80 --name it-tools -it corentinth/it-tools
Password Pusher is an awesome tool that lets you share passwords securely online. You can make your passwords even more secure by setting expiry dates or view limits.
The Ultimate AI Assistant
The Ultimate AI Assistant - ChatGPT now talks to you! You can chat with ChatGPT anywhere, even while driving, and it will help you with anything. It's user-friendly because of the cool technology behind it. This new feature is a major improvement for ChatGPT as your intelligent personal assistant that uses AI to make your life easier.
Blaze - A P2P File Sharing Web App
Blaze is a handy app that you can access through your browser to share files easily with others. It lets you share files with one person or multiple people at once, perfect for group projects or teamwork. In a nutshell, Blaze is a versatile web tool that makes file sharing quick and hassle-free.
Chatpad - A Self-Hosted ChatGPT Wrapper
Chatpad is a simple and free software that makes it easy to interact with ChatGPT. Unlike other platforms, there are no account creation, subscription fees or annoying advertisements required. Best of all, Chatpad's source code is available on GitHub, allowing users to customize or improve it as they please.
Auto-Authelia is a handy tool that quickly sets up Authelia and Nginx Proxy Manager in a snap. The tool prompts you along the way, so installation is faster than ever. In the future, there will be even more features, including support for other reverse proxy solutions like Caddy, NGINX, and Traefik. Auto-Authelia will also add an email setup option and provide a tutorial video to make the most out of NPM.
Noted Updates March 2023 - 200 Articles! 🎉
Noted has made great progress with over 200 articles published! We've introduced two new categories, "Product Spotlight" and "Linux Basics" which explore interesting new products and beginner guides for basic Linux tools and commands. We've also started an awesome interview series featuring developers who share their journey and perspectives on industry projects. We're grateful for the support of the community! Read the full update here.
Dev Debrief #1: An Interview With the Developer of Bookstack
We had a chance to chat with Dan Brown, the mastermind behind the self-hosted Bookstack app. In our informative interview, Dan discusses the development and functions of the app, providing valuable insights into the world of self-hosted applications.
Joke of the Week
No code is the best way to write secure and reliable applications. Write nothing; deploy nowhere.
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The applications showcased in this series are not necessarily featured on Noted yet, but they may be reviewed in the future. This bulletin-style series informs you about what's new in Self Hosting and gives you something fun to tinker with over the weekend. If you are interested in knowing more, check out the Self Hosted applications or App Directory for detailed reviews of the applications we have tested and used.
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