Apache Web Server (2.2.29 +) with PHP (5.6.2 +)
(any other configuration might also be fine, but this one has been tested)
If you don't have a server you can try FrameTrail locally using the tools XAMPP or MAMP.
Please note that you can use FrameTrail "read-only" locally without any server, as long as your browser supports local Ajax requests (there are known issues with Chrome, but Firefox should work in most cases). Of course you won't be able to use the editing features.
Installing FrameTrail basically means copying the downloaded package to your server and follow the instructions on the screen. However, a little knowledge of server architectures is helpful, as you might need to change things like file and folder permissions.
git clone https://github.com/OpenHypervideo/FrameTrailor Download ZIP to your server directory (i.e.
http://localhost/DIRECTORY-NAMEif you're using XAMMP, MAMP etc. for a local setup).
http://example.com/DIRECTORY-NAME/projectmanagerand login with your global master password
Now something very important:
Every project has a separate user base and resource archive. When you create a new project, you can add and manage users for that project. Those users only have access to that very project.
This means that users always need to register per project (including you). An account in one project doesn't exist in the other projects. Just see it as completely different installations, which you can manage through the project manager ;)
To update your FrameTrail instance, download the latest release and copy / replace it on your server. Just make sure you don't overwrite the
/_data folder, as that contains your personal settings and project data.