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Links 1 through 6 of 6 by Atif Aziz tagged web

“Scrapy is a fast high-level screen scraping and web crawling framework, used to crawl websites and extract structured data from their pages. It can be used for a wide range of purposes, from data mining to monitoring and automated testing.”

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“Have you ever wanted your users to click your links, but didn’t know how to get them to act? When some designers run into this problem they’re tempted to use the words [click here] on their links. Before you give in to the temptation, you should know that using these words on a link can affect how users experience your interface.”

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Provides JavaScript to customize the clipboard copy behavior in a browser such that if a visitor copies content from the web site and shares by pasting into an e-mail then a link is automatically added to link back to the web site.

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There are different kinds of HTTP caching techniques that are useful for different kinds of things. Ryan Tomayko talks about gateway caches—or, “reverse proxy caches”—and considers their effects on modern, dynamic web application design.

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“Jekyll is a simple, blog aware, static site generator. It takes a template directory (representing the raw form of a website), runs it through Textile and Liquid converters, and spits out a complete, static website suitable for serving with Apache or your favorite web server.”

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Kris Zyp compares how REST principles can be applied to or seen in everyday programming.

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