UiPath, one of the big providers of robotic process automation software, has some very interesting positioning. Unlike the other players on the market, they provide a free and fully featured community edition of their product for anybody to test and develop. The tool automates any application and is packed with all the web scraping and screen scraping capabilities for both desktop and web. The platform also has a lively community forum featuring jobs, automation contests and knowledge-sharing between UiPath users: www.forum.uipath.com. more…
- host: lx567.certain.com (SFTP)
- user: igor_user
- password: testPass
For SSH access in a terminal type:
$ ssh firstname.lastname@example.org
then enter the password (testPass) at a password prompt.
Recently I decided to work with pythonanywhere.com for running python scripts on JS stuffed websites.
Originally I tried to leverage the dryscrape library, but I failed to do it, and a nice support explained to me: “…unfortunately dryscrape depends on WebKit, and WebKit doesn’t work with our virtualisation system.”
We want to share with our readers about a new testing-ground with reCaptcha v2.0. Since we do R&D of how to solve reCaptcha by web scripts and by captcha breaking services, it’s vital to have a reCaptcha testing ground.
Mozenda is a cloud web scraping service (SaaS), and we’ve already reviewed it. Since our last review, Mozenda has provided more useful utility features for data extraction. Besides multi-threaded extraction & smart data aggregation, Mozenda allows users to publish extracted data to cloud storage such as Dropbox, Amazon, and Microsoft Azure. In this post we will try to explain the new Mozenda extraction and integration capabilities. more…