Phinder: yet another PHP/AJAX file manager
I hope this is the right place to post this, or I wasted the entire past half hour.
I'm a Mac fan. I don't even have a Mac, but I love them. Their UI is just amazingly appropriate in almost every way. That's how I suddenly came up with the idea behind Phinder. If the Mac UI is so beautiful, why not make it online? There's the Web File Explorer, but it's Windows-like. And it's not free. So I set out to make my own, and what I came up with is Phinder.
So far it's not much more than a file list, but that's got as much of the look and feel of Apple's Finder as I could put in so far. You can navigate the file system with either your keyboard or your mouse (Ctrl/Cmd+Up/Down to open a folder/go up a folder, and arrow keys to select), and it lists files in Details format. Next I'll probably be working adding toggle buttons to folders to view them without reloading the entire file list. Here are some of what I like about it:
And since this is my first post here, I might as well introduce myself.
I'm Deep Thought, a web designer and calculator programmer (calculators, since that's how I found my way into coding). I've been around on calculator-related forums like Omnimaga, Cemetech, and RevSoft for some years now; CodingForum is the first forum outside the calculator community that I've joined and plan to stick to. (Well, there were a few help forums for specific software like AjaXplorer, but I don't think those count.)
As you can probably tell, clrhome.tk is my website, where I post all sorts of random scripts, resources, and projects that have anything to do with calculators. I've been expanding a bit lately in the platforms I code for (apparently not everyone spends most of their life on a calculator), and that's how I really got into web development. The most recent apps/designs I've turned out are these, starting from the most recent:
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