Streaming file transfer over WebTorrent (torrents on the web)

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Download/upload files using the [WebTorrent]( protocol (BitTorrent over WebRTC). This is a beta. Powered by [WebTorrent](, the first torrent client that works in the browser without plugins. WebTorrent is powered by JavaScript and WebRTC. Supports Chrome, Firefox, Opera (desktop and Android). Run localStorage.debug = '*' in the console and refresh to get detailed log output. ## Install If you just want to do file transfer on your site, or fetch/seed files over WebTorrent, then there's no need to run a copy of on your own server. Just use the WebTorrent script directly. You can learn more at The client-side code that uses is [here]( ### Run a copy of this site on your own server To get a clone of running on your own server, follow these instructions. Get the code: ``` git clone cd npm install ``` Modify the configuration options in [`config.js`]( to set the IP/port you want the server to listen on. Copy [`secret/index-sample.js`]( to `secret/index.js` and set the Twilio API key if you want a [NAT traversal service]( (to help peers connect when behind a firewall). To start the server, run `npm start`. That should be it! ## Mirrors - - - ## Tips 1. Create a shareable link by adding a torrent infohash or magnet link to the end of the URL. For example: `` or ``. 2. You can add multiple torrents in the same browser window. ## License MIT. Copyright (c) [WebTorrent, LLC](