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Creating a file manager with PHP
January 23, 2006 @ 07:35:31

On PHPit.net today, there's a new tutorial that talks about the creation of a web-based file manager you can use to keep track of things from anywhere you have web access.

Moving files across multiple computers can often be a problem, and synchronization is one of the biggest problems. What if you could simply store your files in one place, and access it on each computer? With PHP that's no problem, and in this tutorial you'll learn how to create your own simple file manager.

Our file manager will have four main features: uploading, editing, deleting and streaming (downloading) files. Everything can be done without having to touch an FTP program, which makes it a lot easier to quickly change something.

They start with the uploading feature (so you'll have something to even manage), and move into the reverse - downloading/streaming the files. After that, they describe the editing and deleting functionality. There's code for all of it too, so don't worry about having to work it all up on your own...

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