Nextcloud – personal cloud storage, text editor, photo gallery, file share, calendaring app

Nextcloud is a suite of client-server software for creating and using file hosting services.

Nextcloud Groupware offers easy-to-use web mail, calendaring and contacts that helps your team get things done quicker and easier, integrated with Nextcloud Files.

Nextcloud is free and open-source, which means that anyone is allowed to install and operate it on their own private server devices.

Features include:

  • Efficient, modern and easy-to-use web interface for small or large teams.
  • Emails, calendars and contacts are stored on your own infrastructure, without any third party ever gaining access.
    • Schedule work and meetings online.
    • Create and share multiple calendars.
    • Integrate external calendar resources (WebCal).
    • Book resources through a busy view or plan a Talk meeting.
    • CalDAV component –  create, export, import, and subscribe to iCalendar events and feeds.
    • Color-coding.
    • Private and public events.
    • Importing and exporting .ics files.
    • Repeating events.
    • Location tags.
    • Descriptions.
  • Native integration into iOS, Android, macOS, Windows, Linux, Outlook and Thunderbird.
  • Simple deployment, configuration and integration lower costs and decrease risk while leveraging your existing IT investments.

Support: GitHub Code Repository
Developer: Many developers
License: GNU Affero General Public License

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Nextcloud is written in PHP and JavaScript and PHP. Learn PHP with our recommended free books and free tutorials. Learn JavaScript with our recommended free books and free tutorials.

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