Navigator for Web Archive
Quickly navigate the web archive and travel back in time without leaving the current tab. Important: Vandal is not affiliated to the Internet Archive. It uses the Wayback Machine API and is a tiny and complementary subset to the mighty Wayback Machine. Vandal focuses on ease-of-use and supports the following features for navigation and inspection: 📅 Calendar View: The default navigation mode which uses the least amount of surface area with a mini calendar view. Supports a calendar input that shows archival stats and allows selection of month across the years. 📊 Graph View: Navigation mode based on graphs of year and month. 🧭 Navigator: Built-in browser with ◀️ ▶️ 🔄 actions. 🎮 Navigation Panel: A bottom panel with navigation buttons to zip through archived snapshots for a date or across the month. 🕛 History Panel: Access your navigation history for a website. 🔩 Resource Drawer: A drawer that you can toggle to view timestamp differences of archived resources such as images, scripts, etc. relative to the page. This drawer updates automatically based on URL. ⌛ Historical View (beta): Displays the snapshot of a website throughout the years. Checkout the website for more details. Limitations: In some cases, a website may not be supported, the extension will then notify you to use wayback machine. More details here: https://github.com/vegetableman/vandal#limitations *** Open source with public license (AGPLv3): https://github.com/vegetableman/vandal ***
- (2022-06-27) Ankush Girotra: Absolutely the most polished internet archive frontend, website/extension/whatever. This is very well done. Thank you for open sourcing.
- (2022-04-26) Kaine Dube: Does this add on has searching browsing and navigating because I am only using this extension to time travel across the YouTube video platform for my Google chrome app?