Discussion in 'General Programming Chat' started by SEO20, Aug 6, 2013.
Welcome you for sharing the information...! Thanks a lots dude..!
Glad to help
Thanks a lot for this, will love to see more details in your next lesson!
That looks interesting. Subscribed.
So did you got it to run and all?
im still at work, will try as soon as i get to pc ... thanks for your time and effort Seo20
Watching closely, amazingly fast. Following the example in the OP, I got all the URls including title in like 3 seconds. This comes in very handy for a project of mine! Repped
Fantastic OP...you're really channelling the spirit of what computing was once all about -> empowering people
Keep it coming - its really appreciated
Big words - thanks.
Thanks for the rep guys - node js is pretty awesome
Already sub to this OP. Great Share!
This looks like it could be a great little course. OP thanks and repped.
Any suggestions for next lesson? Thinking that it still should be scraping - maybe going through a list of URLs and scrape them for proxies?
Ideas are welcome...
I've been using seo tools for a while now, but have absolutely no programming knowledge. Programming has always been a little intimidating, don't know where to get started. It's like enjoying driving fast cars, and now finally being able to 'look under the hood'!
Keep up the great work.
Pretty cool...if I did it correctly, it spit out all the urls in cmd. For a total noob, knowing which of the three places to input code (cmd, nodejs, sublime text) is a challenge in itself. Anyway, it clearly displayed all the cnn headlines in the command prompt interpreter. Amidoingitrite?
Nice tutorial.I look forward to more.
Man you are great! Tried python and many other things. It's never been so easy! Thank you very much.
Exactly what I was looking for! Thanks seo20!
Please keep this thread up. Ive been looking for an activity to do like this to learn programming for a long time and the best part about this is its all real time so we can move along together as a group and help eachother! Thanks seo20
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