Simple, lightweight and secure web server with a convenient and simple interface. Automatic certificate renewal through Let’s encrypt.
Start and stop the server by pressing just one button. If something goes wrong, the server will report it in the alert. After clicking on the button, an activity indicator will appear to the left of it, reporting what is happening.
The server registers helper "ru.at.websites" in "/Library/LaunchDaemons" in order to be ready immediately after starting your mac. If you want your server to start services after a restart, FileVault must be disabled. Otherwise, the mac will wait for a password to access the drive.... More Info »
An enabled server reports its status in the status bar. If the server is working, the indicator will be green and the inscription “Online”, if the indicator is off, it will be gray and the inscription “Offline”. There are also cases when the indicator is yellow and the inscription “Reload”.
In order for the server to connect certificates, you must add at least one site, and then start the server. It is important to understand that the server will create certificates at the first start and this will take some time. The server will report all attempts in the information logs or error logs.
When starting up and running, the server reports its actions in the log. They can be viewed by pressing the INF or ERR button.
Even if the server is not running, monitoring of these sites occurs. Each host has a status indicator. Green means that the site is accessible via http and https protocols, yellow means accessibility via only one of the protocols.
There are four “Path”, “Http”, “Https” and “Cert” buttons to the right of the host. Each of them can be active, if the status allows it. The “Path” button will be active if the site folder is available, and clicking on it will open the Finder with this folder. The “Http” and “Https” buttons will open the browser, and the “Cert” button will show where the certificates for this domain are.