private channels/support. a "dev-ramblings" chat that i post to constantly about what im currently working, and share preview images/ideas im flushing out.
works with windows, docker, and systemd.
auto update nodes is very handy so if you update a server, you dont have to update the nodes manually, they will just contact the server and download the update from the server.
it adds more features and reduces the memory footprint of the application. it can perform slower in places due to nothing being in-memory vs sqlite. but maybe one sec longer to load a large file list. mysql/mariadb is what I use and what gets the most testing and will be constantly worked on and improved. personally, I'm running a mariadb on a raspberry pi 4 to make sure speed is acceptable.
mysql/mariadb is needed for better graphs/charts and provides more features like custom file processing order (random, by size, by date) for a library.
I'm not going to add a page like that to the free tier. It's purely cosmetic and doesn't limit the functionality of the application. this is basically how I'm separating paid features vs free features. as long as free you can still do everything an average user would want to do.