Monitor a whole website, part of a website or a single page. Be alerted to any changes, visible text, source code or changes to the page's resources. Runs locally, not a cloud service. Own your own data. Schedule hourly, daily, weekly, monthly scan
Version: 2.2.2Monitor a whole website, part of a website or a single page.
License: Free To Try $25.00
Operating System: Mac OS X
Be alerted to any changes, visible text, source code or changes to the page's resources.
Runs locally, not a cloud service.
Own your own data.
Schedule hourly, daily, weekly, monthly scan.
Set up configs for multiple sites / pages An archive is kept, including all changes to pages, images, style sheets and js a 'living' version of the page, not a screenshot
Switch between versions of the page to compare them Export a historical page as image or collection of all of its files
Version 2.2.2: Important bug fix - bug could have prevented pages from displaying properly in the archive browser.
Version 2.1.0: Name altered slightly from Watchman to Website Watchman because of a pre-existing project called Watchman. If main window is showing when a scheduled scan kicks in, window switches to sites and settings view (which contains the scan progress bar) Adds 'No alert' to the alert options
Version 1.1.5: Adds some options for 'filtering' pages before comparing Improvements to highlighting functionality Adds option to display source code in the archive browser Other small fixes and enhancements
Version 1.0.2: Adds some options for alerting when visible text changes. You can choose whether visible text includes html5 header, footer, nav and image alt text. Some user interface work Out of beta, this version free Improvements to Help menu
Version 0.3.0: Adds server response check, optionally alerting when response code changes Adds a bunch of options for when alert is to be shown Other small changes