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IPFS Companion

Description from extension meta Browser extension that simplifies access to IPFS resources
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Description from store This extension connects to the locally running IPFS node and exposes selected features to the user. Feature highlights: – Detect requests for IPFS paths and redirect them to a custom gateway – Detect hostnames with DNSLink and redirect them to IPNS at a custom gateway – Toggles to activate or suspend redirects per site or all IPFS integrations – Select between external HTTP API and in-memory js-ipfs node (via Preferences) – Monitor peering and gateway status – Share files by uploading them to IPFS with optional preload at a public gateway – Pin, Open WebUI, Copy Shareable Links… – Inject the IPFS API into every website's javascript context as window.ipfs – …and much more! IPFS is a new hypermedia distribution protocol, addressed by content and identities. IPFS enables the creation of completely distributed applications. It aims to make the web faster, safer, and more open. Learn more at: https://ipfs.io (It is really cool, we promise!) Privacy Policy can be found at: https://ipfs-shipyard.github.io/ipfs-companion/docs/privacy-policy
Latest reviews (2019-07-19) Roger Lewis: Brilliant does what it says on the tin, watch this video or browse this web site Our New Publishing platform Grub Street on OIP with Alexandria will combine IPFS , with the Flo Blockchain for a truly Artist led monetisation experience cutting out the Big Tech monoplies. https://longhairedmusings.wordpress.com/2019/07/16/grubstreettags-grubstreetjournal-grubstreetpolitics-grubstreetgeopolitics-grubstreetpoliticaleconmy-grubstreetfilm-grubstreetmainstreammedia-grubstreetsamizdat-grubstreetdissidentcontent-g/ (2019-07-09) Molly Mackinlay: This plus IPFS Desktop (https://github.com/ipfs-shipyard/ipfs-desktop) makes my IPFS browsing experience seamless! Love it. (2019-04-19) Marcus Agard: Works perfectly, and comes with great setup instructions. 5/5 (2019-02-22) EXcentriX: Worked before, now it tells me I have to check the browser console. Unable to initialize addon due to error Error: Invalid value for argument 2. Property '.2': Value must be one of: [requestHeaders, blocking]. at validate (extensions::schemaUtils:34:13) at validateListenerArguments (extensions::webRequestEvent:19:5) at WebRequestEventImpl.addListener (extensions::webRequestEvent:92:3) at WebRequestEvent.publicClassPrototype.(anonymous function) [as addListener] (extensions::utils:138:26) Aaaaaaand it's dead. (2019-01-29) Jared Grippe: Works great. We need more IPFS in our lives! (2018-08-06) Toni Dinges: Didn't connect! (2018-07-24) Henry Wilkinson: Fantastic work by the IPFS team. Everyone who uses IPFS in any capacity should definitely install it! (2018-04-22) :PREDRAG :SAINT-GERMAIN: BRILLIANT APPORACH.. VERY SMOOTH WITH AKASHA.. I NOW HOPE MINDS.COM AND OTHER RINKEBY NETWORK USERS WILL START USING IT... BLESSING FOR BRILLIANT WORK.. PSG.. (2018-04-19) A bit buggy if I try to setup my own node with HTTPS support, it allways adds the port 0 ... https://192.168.x.x:0/ipfs/... Edit: The second version is really buggy, can't even pin any content from within companion anymore... (2018-04-18) starrychloe S.: The embedded JS version worked with Akasha. But I wonder how much memory it takes up? How do you pin something, and how much memory do pinned items take? (2018-02-26) Arie Skliarouk: works perfectly on chromium 64 (2017-12-29) Xavi Vives: It does what it promises.

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4.619 (21 votes)
Last update / version
2019-11-02 / 2.9.0




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