Did you see we made top 3 on Hacker News yesterday? 🎉 A big shout out and thanks to everyone for sharing our articles! We had almost 200GB of bandwidth served and cached by Cloudflare. Only 8GB reached the homelab! Here you can see how Noted survived the Hacker News trend.
What's new or updated in Self Hosted applications this week? Not a whole lot to be honest but here's some worth mentioning and checking out. Let's dive into the self hosted apps we covered this week or found useful for the community!
The recipe manager that allows you to manage your ever growing collection of digital recipes.
- 🥗 Manage your recipes - Manage your ever growing recipe collection
- 📆 Plan - multiple meals for each day
- 🛒 Shopping lists - via the meal plan or straight from recipes
- 📚 Cookbooks - collect recipes into books
- 👪 Share and collaborate on recipes with friends and family
This application is meant for people with a collection of recipes they want to share with family and friends or simply store them in a nicely organized way. A basic permission system exists but this application is not meant to be run as a public page.
Garlicshare is an open source tool that lets you securely and anonymously share files on a hosted onion service using the Tor network.
Generate a full web-page screenshot with our app that provides a rich interface to make any kind of web screenshots online for free with no limits. The simplest way to take a full page screenshot. Supports long pages up to 20000 pixels.
See the Self Hosted Website Shot review.
Rallly is a free group meeting scheduling tool – built with Next.js, Prisma & TailwindCSS.
See the Self Hosted Rallly and Kukkee review.
Zusam (/tsuˈzam/) is a free and open-source way to self-host private forums for groups of friends. Composed of a server written in PHP exposing a REST API and a lightweight webapp, Zusam is extensible and easy to install. The goal is to make a stable, extensible, lightweight and user-friendly way to self-host private social groups.
Read the Self Hosted Zusam review.
Dim is a self-hosted media manager. With minimal setup, Dim will organize and beautify your media collections, letting you access and play them anytime from anywhere.
Final Notes and Thoughts
Last week I didn't write the Self Hosted Weekly Roundup because instead, I wrote an article about my Most Used Self Hosted Applications. You can check out that article here!
If you want to submit ideas for the Self Hosted Weekly Roundup, I encourage you to. You can use the contact page to let us know!