An open source artifact manager. Written in Rust back end and an Vue front end to create a fast and modern experience
Over the past few months I have been working on an open source Artifact Manger https://github.com/wherkamp/nitro_repo. Currently the only working and stable artifact type is Maven. I am wanting to add support for more. However, I am wanting to see if I can get some community interest in the project before I start on other artifact types. This is not meant to be an alternative to Nexus. This is supposed to be a Nexus for the smaller projects/groups. I wrote it in Rust using Actix Web and a Vue front end. I am relatively new to Rust and I really not sure how to go about distributing Nitro Repo.
A static nuget feed generator for Azure Storage, AWS S3, and more.
https://github.com/emgarten/Sleet is a static feed generator but therefore lacks authentication and permission management
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