[#Webdesign #Coding] Web Scraping with Puppeteer & Node.js: Chrome Automation

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Web Scraping with Puppeteer & Node.js: Chrome Automation

By LearnWebCode
Published: Jul 26, 2021

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  • 0:00 Intro
  • 1:20 Installing Puppeteer
  • 4:29 Taking a Screenshot
  • 7:09 Scraping Text From HTML
  • 15:34 Saving Images to Hard Drive
  • 21:45 Clicking a Button
  • 25:16 Filling Out a Form
  • 30:51 Scheduling a Task to Repeat

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