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Fri 08 Jul 2005

WebMon 1.1

Category : Technology/WebMon1dot1.txt

WebMon can now monitor more than one web server. Actually, it's been able to do that for some time, but I've created an interface that will make this obvious and usable.

In addition to showing only Page Views, you can now also filter out the robots. And, you can set whether the search starts immediately when the program launches.

In order to incorporate per-server preference settings, WebMon 1.1 uses a new preferences file.

I've been diving a bit deeper into the innards of Cocoa Bindings this last week. I'm amazed at what we can now do. And I'm looking forward to being able to do even more.

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