get-set, Fetch! web scraper

get-set, Fetch! web scraper

Open source data scraper with csv, zip export capabilities. Provides scraping scenarios for fast, minimal configuration scraping.

What is get-set, Fetch! web scraper?
Get-Set, Fetch! web scraper is a powerfully efficient Edge add-on, providing open-source data scraping from web pages. It includes features such as csv and zip export capabilities for text and binary data respectively, inbuilt scraping scenarios, and sequentially scraping URLs. It empowers users with the ability to install additional community scenarios and benefits from comprehensive troubleshooting options.
Users: 708 ▼ -4
Version: 0.4.1 (Last updated: 2020-09-26)
Creation date: 2020-09-26
Risk impact: Moderate risk impact
Risk likelihood: Moderate risk likelihood
Manifest version: 2
  • webNavigation
  • <all_urls>
Size: 776.71K
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get-set, Fetch! web scraper
get-set, Fetch! web scraper (v0.4.1)
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Open source data scraper with csv and zip export capabilities.

With a modular architecture, this extension provides a series of scraping scenarios with predefined default values for fast, minimal configuration scraping. Binary data (images, pdf files, ...) can be exported as zip archives. Text based data can be exported as csv files. Take a look at the "Examples" section within the extension to see what's possible.

Create a new project • Fill in project name, start URL, scrape scenario and various plugins options. • There are two builtin scenarios: scrape-static-content and scrape-dynamic-content responsible for scraping regular and javascript based html pages respectively. • You can install additional community based scenarios from the scenario list page.

Start scraping • Click the corresponding "scrape" button from the project list. • Urls to be scraped will sequentially open in a new tab with a delay defined at project creation. • You can end the scraping process at any time by closing the newly opened tab. Next time you start scraping, the process will resume from where it was interrupted.

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Risk impact

get-set, Fetch! web scraper may not be safe to use and it requires some risky permissions. Exercise caution when installing this add-on. Review carefully before installing.

Risk likelihood

get-set, Fetch! web scraper is probably trust-worthy. Prefer other publishers if available. Exercise caution when installing this add-on.

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