A nice review at makeuseof.com http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/monitor-key-sections-of-your-favorite-websi.... This is a good getting started guide for new users of AlertBox. More advanced aspects of the AlertBox such as using locator expressions were skipped. Perhaps that was out of scope of the current post.
In continuation with the release of Alert.Do Agent for Google Chrome, I am pleased to announce early alpha release for Mozilla Firefox. This release is the next step towards creating a platform for creating alerts of almost any kind. It presents a uniform user interface for interacting with web/client applications.
Now that the basic framework is ready to work in both browsers, new tools will be added progressively to enhance its utility and usability.
Since this is a re-design of the application from ground-up, it is still far from complete. Expect see a few bugs here and there.
It has been a couple of months since I started work on an AlertBox like app for Google Chrome. The work has been progressing nicely. The framework to build features is finally ready. It allows you to add and run an automated alerts.
To give you a taste of things to come I will be releasing the alpha version soon. However be warned that there are missing user interface controls to work with.
* Add a task by visually selecting content in a webpage
* Multiple parts of a webpage an be selected. Parts of webpage can be ignored too.
Hi,I followed instruction to register first to get enabled e-mail,but nothing happens.
When I click options,there is text box offering me to register although I already have an account here. So where is the catch 22?
Is there any way I can check for updates more frequently that once very two minutes?