Stump - self-hosted comic books, manga and digital book collections

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  • stump

    A free and open source comics, manga and digital book server with OPDS support

    You can look at the project on Github, and if you’re interested to see the task board I’ve been using you can find that here. There is also a documentation website in the works that I’m creating for it, it isn’t deployed to the domain it will live at but you can preview the latest build (a couple days old) here. I’ll be adding detailed install and usage guides to that.

  • You can look at the project on Github, and if you’re interested to see the task board I’ve been using you can find that here. There is also a documentation website in the works that I’m creating for it, it isn’t deployed to the domain it will live at but you can preview the latest build (a couple days old) here. I’ll be adding detailed install and usage guides to that.

  • Scout APM

    Less time debugging, more time building. Scout APM allows you to find and fix performance issues with no hassle. Now with error monitoring and external services monitoring, Scout is a developer's best friend when it comes to application development.

  • tachiyomi-extensions

    Source extensions for the Tachiyomi app.

    This is looking really promising, I've tried most of the existing book/manga servers and didn't really like any of them for one reason or another (but usually because of bad UI/UX). Like someone else said already, Tachiyomi support would be amazing, I can't imagine reading manga any other way on Android devices. You can take a look at how the Komga extension works for reference.

  • Kavita

    Kavita is a fast, feature rich, cross platform reading server. Built with a focus for manga and the goal of being a full solution for all your reading needs. Setup your own server and share your reading collection with your friends and family.

    While I already have what I need from Kavita. I’m looking forward to whatever innovations you might come up with.

  • Rocket

    A web framework for Rust.

    And thanks! All of the 'core' Stump logic is written in rust, but it does serve a react frontend. I used [Rocket](https://rocket.rs/), looking back I might have used something slimmer like Axum, but I'm pretty happy with Rocket so it stays :)

  • Calibre Web

    :books: Web app for browsing, reading and downloading eBooks stored in a Calibre database

    How does this compare to https://github.com/janeczku/calibre-web ?

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