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A simple Django app to access Openstack Swift

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Simple web app build with Django and Twitter Bootstrap to access Openstack Swift.

  • No database needed
  • Works with keystone, tempauth & swauth
  • Support for public containers. ACL support in the works
  • Minimal interface, usable on your desktop as well as on your smartphone
  • Screenshots anyone? See below!

Quick Install

  1. Install swiftbrowser:

    pip install django-swiftbrowser

  2. Please make sure that “tempurl” and “formpost” middlewares are activated in your proxy server. Extract from /etc/swift/proxy-server.conf:

    [pipeline:main] pipeline = catch_errors gatekeeper healthcheck proxy-logging cache tempurl formpost tempauth proxy-logging proxy-server

    [filter:tempurl] use = egg:swift#tempurl

    [filter:formpost] use = egg:swift#formpost

  3. Run development server:

    django-admin runserver –settings=swiftbrowser.settings

  4. Open “” in your browser and use ‘account:username’ to login (or tenant/project:username if using Keystone).


![Login screen](screenshots/00.png) ![Container view](screenshots/01.png) ![Object view](screenshots/02.png)

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