Windows Desktop API Tool Download

  • Posted June 21, 2013

*There is no website for this yet, so this will be the place holder.

<strong>DO Desktop API</strong> is a simple Windows application that takes your Digital Ocean client id and api to retrieve info about your droplets and check status on regular intervals. This is great for quickly glancing at your server(s) status through API and IP polling. Btw this will always be free and open-source.

<strong>Features</strong> list is incomplete an will change often during the alpha phase. [X]Check API service status [X]Check server status [ ]Exception handling for error and denied API responses [X]Check multiple servers status’s [ ]Server IP polling [X]Compete server details page [ ]Shutdown, restart, power up, ect controls [ ]Change droplet size [ ] Set backup [ ]Take and restore snapshot [ ]Save client id and api [ ]Quickly switch between multiple accounts [ ]Additional notifications for unresponsive serves [ ]Highlighting for updated details

<strong>Downloads (Windows only)</strong>

Current <a href =" Desktop API ">DODesktop.exe</a> (v.01)

<strong>Change log</strong>

v.01 Unstable initial build with no error handling., user guide our usage guidelines. Good luck!

* Tests API service
* Check multiple servers for basic info
    * View Detailed info about servers.


Ryan Durbin


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Hello Football93309! you have any version for API v2? please give me, thank you! <br> <br>v.03 <br> Desktop API <br> <br>A lot of features are starting to work well. <br>Still back exception handling, not very stable, especially when API doesn’t report OK status. ex. error or unavailable or denied(bad login)

Fixed the download link for you. :]

OMG, the auto correct feature is killer… <br> <br> Desktop API

I wish there was a way to edit posts… <br>the download is <a href=“http://www.”>here</a>: http://www.