CloudScrape to transform into Dexi.io

We have already written some posts on CloudScrape, a Copenhagen, Denmark-based web scraping service startup. The service now has a new look and new features for data extraction and business intelligence – with the launch of new name: Dexi.io.

Pipes for aggregation and post-processing

Dexi.io has relaunched and rebranded from its early-stage name CloudScrape. The company has also released a new product, Pipes. Pipes adds intelligent data transformation to complement the point-&-click data extraction service. In a nutshell, Pipes is a data integration and post-processing engine inside of Dexi.io, that is able to aggregate, sanitize extracted data and a lot more. We’ll share more on it in the following posts.

Driving Innovation is the Key to Success

Stefan Avivson, CEO of Dexi.io explains: “Although Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is not a new concept, service providers have been using so called Robotic Processing for a decade now, but the amount of available data and the technology to process it has evolved tremendously over the past two years. There is basically no real limitation to the use of Big Data and there is no real effort in convincing people that RPA is the future. It’s more a question of knowing how! Utilizing the resources of our innovation team for our clients and partners has without doubt been one of the key drivers to our success!

Let’s see more in the future of this cutting-edge cloud scrape service.

Web scraping with JavaScript

Is it possible to scrape an HTML page with JavaScript from inside of a web browser?

To be perfectly honest I wasn’t sure so I decided to try it out.

Full disclaimer here, I didn’t actually succeed. However, it was a great learning experience for me and I think you guys could benefit from seeing what I did and where I went wrong. Who knows, maybe you can take what I’ve done and figure it out for yourself!
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