Whether the source is a static webpage, a multi-page app, or nearly any other type of advanced web technology, ParseHub can extract the data and turn it into an API. Using this web-based application, people can quickly fill in forms, login to websites, and even click through interactive maps.
ParseHub handles all the work when it comes to extracting data from websites, so you don’t have to. Rather than spending time in your browser’s web inspector trying to determine how a website is structured, just download the ParseHub extension and click the “Start” tab along the right-hand side of your browser. When the “Start” tab is clicked and you’ve started a new project, ParseHub will automatically crawl the page you’re on. Make a template with instructions that should be applied to any webpage you’re extracting data from, and use the “tool pane” to customize your template based on the type of data you’re looking to extract. Select the specific page elements you’re most interested in. The “extract tool” will take the data from those elements and create an extract node in your template. Finally, in the “results pane” you’ll find a sample of the data that your ParseHub template is extracting.
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