The Webnative File System, or WNFS for short, is the live file system that every Fission user account has.
As a developer, it's also where your app stores files and data.
WNFS comes with three separate file systems "roots": public, pretty, and private.
Not encrypted. Full metadata support. Starts with
Not encrypted. No metadata. Represented simply as
/p to be nice and short when creating public URLs like
/p/path/to/file.img. It does not support versioning, use the Public or Private trees for that.
Encrypted. Structured so that file metadata as well as contents is obscured. Starts with
Currently we initialize WNFS with a set of default private folders, which should be familiar to people from working with desktop operating systems.
Additionally, in apps like Drive or in file pickers, the user sees a top level Public folder, which maps to the Public system root.