WebBook
WebBook
2.2

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WebBook free download for Mac

WebBook

2.2
30 September 2007

Publish your Address Book to a Web server.

Overview

WebBook (was "AB for Web") publishes a local OS X address book by means of an embedded Web server. Thus, any browser equipped user may use a remote system's AB.
  • Preconfigured to run on most OS X systems
  • Virtually no configuration required
  • Uses a cache system to service requests fast
  • Ships with an embedded Web server

What's new in WebBook

Version 2.2: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

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3 WebBook Reviews

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Anonymous
12 May 2005

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webserver included??? theese statements sure enough scares the hell out of me. whats wrong with defacto standard webservers?
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Version 1.2.1
Starmanta
27 April 2006
This program is very slick, but I find it hard to imagine it being worth the price the developer is asking to anyone, short of companies. At £10, I'd buy it in a heartbeat; £30 is up there; £100, not a chance. As to the software, it generates very nice-looking, well-behaved, AJAX'd out, interactive pages. Searching is live and instant (albeit limited in the demo); AIM screen names and such pop open properly; there's even a listing of upcoming birthdays. My one suggestion software-wise would be to allow more customization; themes, possibly options to have addresses link to Google Maps or some such, that kind of thing. And lower that friggin price tag.
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Version 2.0.4
Anonymous
13 May 2005
There is generally no problem with standard web servers. The goal regarding our solution is to provide a 'virtually no configuration' application. If we would use Apache, our clients are forced to not only drop the application to some directory, but most likely need to configure Appache some way. We may ship an OS X Apache compatible CGI too, but this is currently not available. Thanks for the hint, Stefan
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Version 1.2.1
Anonymous
12 May 2005
webserver included??? theese statements sure enough scares the hell out of me. whats wrong with defacto standard webservers?
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Version 1.2.1