Now that we've come this far, let me introduce oneindex. Oneindex is a network disk program, but compared to other network disk programs, its biggest feature is that it calls the OneDrive API and downloads directly from OneDrive without going through nodes. This is simply a godsend for many financially disadvantaged individual users. Coupled with 5TB of free space and relatively decent download speed in China, it is an excellent alternative to Baidu Netdisk. What's even more interesting is that oneindex supports direct link sharing, so it can be directly used with applications, helping developers save a considerable amount of traffic costs.
Of course, the premise is that you have a server. If you are a complete beginner with no foundation, you can skip this (novices who don't understand anything can just ignore it).
If you are a developer with a foundation, you can refer to this tutorial.
Tip: Remember to carefully check if the options correspond correctly. Due to my carelessness during installation, I took many detours and spent several hours on something that could have been done in half an hour.
Let's take a look at the effect:
From now on, all the resources I share can be found here. I will also occasionally add things that I find interesting, hoping to facilitate the downloading of resources for more like-minded friends.