Sorry, I no longer want to run the server-side proxy for webagent, so the only way to use it is to download and install it locally.

Web Agent will poll a given web page at a selected frequency monitoring one of three things:

When the selected event is detected, WebAgent will sound an alarm. Make sure to test the alarm before you depend on this!

New, more compatible version:
Previous versions of this applet required Java 1.1. I have modified it to use my own, proprietary server-side proxy instead of using RMI calls. Now any Java enabled browser should be able to use it.

Source code is provided here in a JAR file. If you want to run this as an application on your own machine, simply download the JAR file to your machine. It includes all the classes you need. Unpack it and type "java main" to run. You will need Sun's JRE installed first! You will also need the JRE to extract the JAR file for the source code.

For those having trouble getting WebAgent to work, there is a similar program for windows only. It has many more features as well.