Home Inventory Management Application made with Deno and Pocketbase.

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Hima - Home Inventory Management Application. Hima also means "home" in a Norwegian dialect.

Hima is a home inventory system that helps you keep track of your belongings. You can create a list of your items, including details like photos, purchase dates, and values. With Hima, you can easily organize and manage your belongings, and have a comprehensive record of your possessions in case of loss, damage, or theft.

It's built using Deno, Fresh and PocketBase. It's made to be lightweight and fast. It's a work in progress atm.



  1. Deno, a version supporting at least Deno Fresh v1.1.4.
  2. PocketBase (PB) == v0.15.2.


  1. Copy the .env.defaults, cp .env.defaults .env and update the variables accordingly.
  2. Have the PB-binary in the same folder as the project for ease-of-development.
  3. Start PB and import pocketbase-collections.json and stop PB.

Start the project in Dev mode:

deno task dev

This will watch the project directory and restart as necessary. See deno.json for more details.

#Deploy to production

As of 2023-04-06 I'm running this project on a Linux server with both hima and PB running as systemd-services. I'm using reverse proxies within nginx to have both run on the same server.


Anyone can contribute to Hima. Please refer to the contribution guidelines

Send patches to the mailing list, report bugs on the issue tracker.

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