cozy-jsdav-fork temporary fork including caldav. Published to npm to handle versions with cozy-webdav, please use the original package.

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jsDAV allows you to easily add WebDAV support to a NodeJS application. jsDAV is meant to cover the entire standard, and attempts to allow integration using an easy to understand API.


jsDAV started as a port of SabreDAV to NodeJS Javascript, written by Evert Pot and maintained by Evert and contributors. SabreDAV is regarded as one of the highest quality WebDAV implementations around and is written entirely in PHP and is the most feature complete implementation that I've seen to date. I am watching the SabreDAV repository closely for changes, improvements and bugfixes, to see if they can be ported to jsDAV.


  • Fully WebDAV compliant
  • Supports Windows XP, Windows Vista, Mac OS/X, DavFSv2, Cadaver, Netdrive, Open Office, and probably more
  • Supporting class 1, 2 and 3 Webdav servers
  • Custom property support
  • Locking support

Features in development

  • Pass all Litmus tests
  • CalDAV (to be tested with Evolution, iCal, iPhone and Lightning).

Supported RFC's

RFC's in development

See the wiki for more information or ask a question in the mailing list!

Amsterdam, 2010. Mike de Boer.

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