Github repository: https://github.com/yuxir/webmastertool
What is the project about?
Lots of technical people like me use various cloud service providers to manage their VPS, domain, storage etc. It is a time consuming and tedious job to check each account regularly. For example, most service providers recommend users to enable two factor authentication therefore users have to get their phone when they want to login. However, in most time, users only want to have a quick check of their services’ status, account information etc. That is why I want to develop this Chrome extension to put all those information together and allow users to check all information in a single click!
All commits in this contribution can be viewed in this pull request:
The new features are summarized below:
New Namesilo tab has been added where users can see their information, e.g. account, domains, DNS records, Email forward rules etc. Settings tab has been updated to give users the flexibility to show/hide Namesilo tab.
The work with Namesilo can be viewed mainly in this JS file:
And the following commits:
UI Improvements in ‘Settings’ tab
The ‘Settings’ tab has been redesigned to make a better use of the spaces and ‘Pretty checkboxes’ library has been used to improve the UI.
As shown in the screen dump above, dashboard has been updated to add Namesilo account and domain information.
The work for this feature can be viewed in the following commits::
In the following iterations, I will provide support to more service providers, e.g, Namecheap, AWS, etc. Also, depending on the feedback, I may support some operations via cloud service provider APIs, e.g. start/stop/restart a server, create a snapshot, etc.
Chrome extension store
I have uploaded this tool to Chrome web store, the link is: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/webmaster-tool/inffcpoooalmdfkhlnbnlmifdhblockb
How to contribute?
Just fork this project, create your feature branch, commit your changes and send a pull request!
Proof of work
I have added my Steemit account link in the README: