Goal: Today we’re going to create a basic static site with HTML and CSS.
<h1> <hr> <p> <b> <img> <a href = '...'> <div>
pretty neat huh? You can see for yourself here
Start by cloning this repl.it repository. Do this by clicking
fork on the webpage below:
You should see the following:
Webscraping is a Python newbie’s best friend. It’s impressive, has inherent utility, but is also surprisingly intuitive. Thanks to modules like bs4, lxml and request, your can learn to implement a reliable scraper in less than an afternoon.
In this tutorial, we’ll use the Scrapy library to build a webscraper that pipelines directly to a MongoDB Atlas cloud. Database conscious scrapers are great because they can be expanded upon to create fully fledged REST APIs.
But first, let’s get some conceptual stuff out of the way.
Well, it’s not so different from how you or I would ‘scrape’ the web…