Have instant access to all of your web server, domain name, and hosting accounts. Serverskine allows you to keep everything straight in a way that's intuitive, easy and useful.
Sentinel Design Group has created a tool they've used for months and decided to offer it up for everyone's benefit. They call it Serverskine.
Designed to allow web developers, who deal with many projects at once, quick access to FTP, hosting accounts, domain name accounts and more. Especially when dealing with off-site shared hosting, keeping track of usernames and passwords can be daunting. Serverskine eliminates the terror by allowing you to quickly organize, search, edit, and backup all of your important account information.
Quick Access to Hosting Accounts
When dealing with off-site hosting, many times web developers need to log into web control panels for the myriad of different hosts they use. Serverskine gives you one click access to these web control panels.
Plays Nice with Others New!
Serverskine integrates with Mail to allow you to send account information with a click of a button. Upon clicking "Mail," Serverskine composes your message within Mail allowing to remove or add information and then send it off to your friend. This takes the error out of sharing tedious information.
Serverskine can store your information in a number of simple file formats. Not the least of which is human readable XML format. You'll have the confidence of knowing your data is accessible even without Serverskine.
Work the Way You Want
Serverskine fits in well with the way you work and the way your Macintosh looks and acts. Using techniques common to other programs in OS X, Serverskine allows you to configure it for the way you work. For example, you can add and remove toolbar items just as you would with many other OS X applications.