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Youtube Bot Viewer

Discussion in 'Visual Basic .NET' started by arifinoel85, Sep 14, 2012.

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  1. arifinoel85

    arifinoel85 Newbie

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    Hi..
    how to make a youtube bot viewer with visual basic?
     
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    LOL :laugh2: :laugh2: :laugh2:
     
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    cgimaster Power Member

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    A very simple bot sample, would be a webbrowser control and a button. On the button, when clicked, it would read a text file with a list of youtube urls that will be set on the webbroser control to navigate.

    From there you set timers etc between visits, this is ofc a really basic one.
     
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    Nakolce Newbie

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    You can make macro it is better.
     
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    cgimaster Power Member

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    if all he wants is a simple bot indeed a macro would be an easier option specially if you dont have a good programming background.
     
  7. Migladon

    Migladon Regular Member

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    This is a very general question in a very specific topic but i will do my best to answer with what i feel are some important aspects to creating a simple vb.net bot
    To create a youtube bot you are going to want a webbrowser control and some textboxes to start.
    use webbrowser1.document.getelementbyid(fieldid).setattribute("value", variable) to set the form fields.

    Set a webbrowser1.document completed event handler to detect page

    After you work your way through the automation loop with the fewest lines of code you can then you can start adding in arays to store multiple user input. I would start with listboxes before you move to arrays. Then proxy handling etc.

    Msgbox("Good Luck")
     
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    katkoute Regular Member

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    man i laughed hard on that one lmafo u right
     
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    Spend time learning the http rfc, and javascript: they say studying is overrated, don't trust'em ;) -> WebControl -> fresh IPs -> moniezzzzzz -> MOAR threads -> lotz of moneiz! See it's super simple! :D
     
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    hehehe :p dont push http rfc on starters their eyes will pop out.
     
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    One of the best jokes in BHW without saying single word :D
     
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    simple way is to create bot net and that's done