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  • Title The Java Web Scraping Handbook
  • Author(s) Kevin Sahin
  • Publisher: ScrapingBee (March 06, 2020)
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  • eBook HTML and PDF (115 pages)
  • Language: English
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Book Description

Web scraping or crawling is the art of fetching data from a third party website by downloading and parsing the HTML code to extract the data you want. It can be hard. From bad HTML code to heavy Javascript use and anti-bot techniques, it is often tricky.

Lots of companies use it to obtain knowledge concerning competitor prices, news aggregation, lead generation ...

This book will teach you how to extract data from any website, how to deal with AJAX / Javascript heavy websites, break captchas, deploy your scrapers in the cloud and many other advanced techniques.

The book comes with the complete Java source code of six example apps that you can download or directly run from our web server. It is an open question if the book happens to come with more lines of code than lines of text...

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