LimboMedia is a free and easy-to-use information and media server making your bookmarks, todos, notes, images, music, videos and files available everywhere:
LimboMedia is java based and runs on linux and windows. Install it on your pc/nas/vserver/whatever and don't give away your private data to any of these cloud companies. Upload files or scan your local disc.
Modern ajax driven HTML5 webinterface to manage all your data. On-the-fly media transcoding to play all your music and videos in firefox, opera and chrome without flash plugin.
Write your own LimboMedia client (mobile-app, browser-plugin, ...) or customize the WEB-GUI the way you like. There's a documented JSON API and public HTML/JS/CSS sources.
Release 0.2 is out now and provides a complete UI redesign: Nice, modern, clean and simple.
I also added a live-demo to this homepage, so feel free to try before you bu...download for free ;)
Feedback always welcome!
The next Release 0.1 is out now and comes with SSL-support for secure access to your data.
Beside this important feature I decided to release a preview snapshot of the Android-App i'm working on. The functionality is very limited at the moment but nice enough for a first release:
Release 0.0.7 comes with some improvements, bugfixes and an integrated scheduler, that allows you to check your filesystem for new files and changes periodically. The scheduler supports a cron-style syntax so you'd be able to schedule your filescans whenever you want.
Release 0.0.6 is out now and with great thanks to the Cling Library it comes with build-in DLNA (UPnP) functionality.
It is not standard compliant/certified and doesn't provide transcoding capabilities yet but it works really flawless on my test devices.
If you're on Android, I recommend to use one of those 2 DLNA-client-apps in combination with one of those 2 Media/Video players. They're really nice and play nearly everything without any doubt.
The next release 0.0.5 is out now. The only new "visible" feature is the possibility to save your audio file playlist but there are a lot of things going on behind the scenes. Beside some code cleanup, improvements and data-model changes this release might be interesting especially for developers. I managed to write the JSON-API documentation and decided to make the webinterface sources available in the unzipped application within the "resources" folder.
Note: Since this project is in beta stage and changes in data-structure are not unusual, there's no direct way to update from version 0.0.4 to 0.0.5. The only thing you can do is export your bookmarks, todos and notes in the settings menu and import them in the your new system.