Net.RafaelEstevam.Spider.Simple.Lib 0.6.366

[DEPRECATED] Use new package RafaelEstevam.Simple.Spider
See github for details

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RafaelEstevam.Simple.Spider

Install-Package Net.RafaelEstevam.Spider.Simple.Lib -Version 0.6.366
dotnet add package Net.RafaelEstevam.Spider.Simple.Lib --version 0.6.366
<PackageReference Include="Net.RafaelEstevam.Spider.Simple.Lib" Version="0.6.366" />
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paket add Net.RafaelEstevam.Spider.Simple.Lib --version 0.6.366
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Project migrated to RafaelEstevam.Simple.Spider

SimpleSpider

A simple and modular web spider written in C# .Net Core

.NET Core
The MIT License

Content

Some advantages

  • Very simple to use and operate, ideal for lots of small projects or personal ones
  • Easy html filter with HObject (a HtmlNode wrap with use similar to JObject)
  • Internal conversion from html to XElement, no need to external tools on use
  • Automatic Json parser to JObject
  • Automatic Json deserialize <T>
  • Modular Parser engine (you can add your own parsers!)
    • JSON and XML already included
  • Modular Caching engine (you can add your own!)
    • Stand alone Cache engine included, no need to external softwares
  • Modular Downloader engine (you can add your own!)
    • WebClient with cookies or HttpClient download engine included

Easy import with NuGet

Getting started

  1. Start a new console project and add Nuget Reference
  2. PM> Install-Package Net.RafaelEstevam.Spider.Simple.Lib
  3. Create a class for your spider (or leave in program)
  4. create a new instance of SimpleSpider
    1. Give it a name, cache and log will be saved with that name
    2. Give it a domain (your spider will not fleet from it)
  5. Add a event FetchCompleted to
  6. Optionally give a first page with AddPage. If omitted, it will use the home page of the domain
  7. Call Execute()
void run()
{
    var spider = new SimpleSpider("QuotesToScrape", new Uri("http://quotes.toscrape.com/"));
    // Set the completed event to implement your stuff
    spider.FetchCompleted += fetchCompleted_items;
    // execute
    spider.Execute();
}
void fetchCompleted_items(object Sender, FetchCompleteEventArgs args)
{
    // walk around ...
    // TIP: inspect args to see stuff

    var hObj = args.GetHObject();
    string[] quotes = hObj["span > .text"];
}

TIP: Use the Simple.Tests project to see examples and poke around

Samples

See all samples at Simple.Tests

Project migrated to RafaelEstevam.Simple.Spider

SimpleSpider

A simple and modular web spider written in C# .Net Core

.NET Core
The MIT License

Content

Some advantages

  • Very simple to use and operate, ideal for lots of small projects or personal ones
  • Easy html filter with HObject (a HtmlNode wrap with use similar to JObject)
  • Internal conversion from html to XElement, no need to external tools on use
  • Automatic Json parser to JObject
  • Automatic Json deserialize <T>
  • Modular Parser engine (you can add your own parsers!)
    • JSON and XML already included
  • Modular Caching engine (you can add your own!)
    • Stand alone Cache engine included, no need to external softwares
  • Modular Downloader engine (you can add your own!)
    • WebClient with cookies or HttpClient download engine included

Easy import with NuGet

Getting started

  1. Start a new console project and add Nuget Reference
  2. PM> Install-Package Net.RafaelEstevam.Spider.Simple.Lib
  3. Create a class for your spider (or leave in program)
  4. create a new instance of SimpleSpider
    1. Give it a name, cache and log will be saved with that name
    2. Give it a domain (your spider will not fleet from it)
  5. Add a event FetchCompleted to
  6. Optionally give a first page with AddPage. If omitted, it will use the home page of the domain
  7. Call Execute()
void run()
{
    var spider = new SimpleSpider("QuotesToScrape", new Uri("http://quotes.toscrape.com/"));
    // Set the completed event to implement your stuff
    spider.FetchCompleted += fetchCompleted_items;
    // execute
    spider.Execute();
}
void fetchCompleted_items(object Sender, FetchCompleteEventArgs args)
{
    // walk around ...
    // TIP: inspect args to see stuff

    var hObj = args.GetHObject();
    string[] quotes = hObj["span > .text"];
}

TIP: Use the Simple.Tests project to see examples and poke around

Samples

See all samples at Simple.Tests

Release Notes

[DEPRECATED] Use new package RafaelEstevam.Simple.Spider
See github for details

NuGet packages

This package is not used by any NuGet packages.

GitHub repositories

This package is not used by any popular GitHub repositories.

Version History

Version Downloads Last updated
0.6.366 0 11/30/2020
0.6.365 88 10/20/2020
0.5.347 133 9/23/2020
0.5.320 78 9/17/2020
0.5.272 145 8/22/2020
0.5.239 151 8/10/2020
0.5.192 107 8/3/2020
0.5.164 141 7/30/2020
0.5.145 188 7/29/2020
0.4.116 179 7/26/2020
0.4.104 114 7/24/2020
0.4.76 111 7/21/2020
0.4.45 142 7/19/2020