Last Updated: February 25, 2016
· roxasshadow



MUH gallery, MUH nodejs, MUH backbone, MUH MIT, MUH mainstream!

Let's say I needed a nice UI to manage the images stored in my server and the previous software I used is actually a bunch of shit.
And let's say, too, that someone told me I should use more mainstream languages.

What it does

After you have configured config.js, Vasilij provides APIs that output a JSON response containing the directory tree of given path, making eventually thumbnails for folders which have no one.

Improvisation makes a grid with these infos with some wizardries and... that's it.


  • ROFL-Scaling
  • Thumbnails
  • Customizable paths, URLs and sorting order
  • Image search
  • Lazy loading
  • Browser caching
  • Grids
  • ???


$ npm   install
$ npm   install -g bower
$ bower install
$ npm   start

When you visit for the first time the home page of Vasilij, it will make a thumbnail for every image it finds.
This process can be very slow. You have also to install ImageMagick.