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Webbots, Spiders, and Screen Scrapers: A Guide to Developing Internet Agents with PHP/CURL
The Internet is bigger and better than what a mere browser allows. Webbots, Spiders, and Screen Scrapers is for programmers and businesspeople who want to take full advantage of the vast resources available on the Web. There's no reason to let browsers limit your online experience-especially when you can easily automate online tasks to suit your individual needs.88% (11)
Learn how to write webbots and spiders that do all this and more:
Programmatically download entire websites Effectively parse data from web pages Manage cookies Decode encrypted files Automate form submissions Send and receive email Send SMS alerts to your cell phone Unlock password-protected websites Automatically bid in online auctions Exchange data with FTP and NNTP servers
Sample projects using standard code libraries reinforce these new skills. You'll learn how to create your own webbots and spiders that track online prices, aggregate different data sources into a single web page, and archive the online data you just can't live without. You'll learn inside information from an experienced webbot developer on how and when to write stealthy webbots that mimic human behavior, tips for developing fault-tolerant designs, and various methods for launching and scheduling webbots. You'll also get advice on how to write webbots and spiders that respect website owner property rights, plus techniques for shielding websites from unwanted robots.
As a bonus, visit the author's website to test your webbots on sample target pages, and to download the scripts and code libraries used in the book.
Some tasks are just too tedious-or too important!- to leave to humans. Once you've automated your online life, you'll never let a browser limit the way you use the Internet again.
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picture from WINDOWS magazine i also use this program online sometimes, if IE fails. however, i can not exclude the idea, they (some people) created scripts to make for instance, login using IE impossible. OK maybe just bad ideas... just it occurs occasionally for no visible reason. standard i use IE, it is only bad when saving pages: after a few times, it will give penalty of non-response for minutes. well get FIREFOX, if you like. but do not get LINUX! it is disappointing for consumers, if you compare it to new 64bit WINDOWS. if you have a new computer, it is very fast, and LINUX can not compulsory use the new technology. so this means, LINUX will work, but much slower than technically possible. also in a few years, INTEL will take departure from all IBM PC x86 legacy (machine language), and will switch to ITANIUM processors. this is known since the year 2006.
This concise book takes the reader through the very basics of scripting all the way up to advanced topics such as debugging and integrating with other applications and scripting languages. Teaches the Windows administrator to quickly write complex logon scripts without requiring any expertise in programming. Explains commands and keywords, using KiXtart and Windows Host Scripting (WHS) as the example scripting tools, while providing examples to illustrate functions. Illustrates how to use scripting to make key registry changes for today's most popular programs and system settings (such as MSIE, Netscape, Office, desktop settings, and anti-virus programs).See also:
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