We’ve written about plenty of Electron apps, from music players to e-mail clients, code editors and chat tools — but the following tool the first Electron file manager we’ve come across!
It’s called JumpFM and it’s described as a ‘minimalistic dual pane file manager for Linux’. The developer of the app cites fman, a cross-platform Qt file manager, and Exa, a terminal tool that lets you add bling to the ls command, as key main influences.
Pitched as “highly configurable and extendible”, JumpFM has a number of neat features and integrations, the bulk of which you can enable/disable and configure so suit your own needs.
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