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invdocs4me Inventory and Documents
Web application for management of your home inventory and documents

Simple and easy to use PHP web application supports your personal home inventory management and document management like invoices, descriptions etc., including web links, pictures and tasks which can be assigned to inventories. This can help to easily keep track of, for example, your photo equipment, IT components, household items or other inventories. You can access the program from any device using a web browser. Even when not at home you can have all your data on your smartphone in a local installation. Back in your home network data can be synchronized with a central installation (e.g. on a Raspberry Pi) and so always stays under your control. There is no need to open your router for access from internet.



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Required to useWeb server supporting PHP5 and Sqlite3 (any operating system)


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