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This Month in Open Source at Scrapinghub March 2016

Welcome to This Month in Open Source at Scrapinghub! In this monthly column, we share all the latest updates on our open source projects including Scrapy, Splash, Portia, and Frontera.

Migrate your Kimono Projects to Portia

Heads up, Kimono Labs users!

Portia: The Open Source Alternative to Kimono Labs

Attention Kimono users: we've created an exporter so you can easily convert your projects from Kimono to Portia!

Imagine your business depended heavily on a third party tool and one day that company decided to shut down its service with only 2 weeks notice. That, unfortunately, is what happened to users of Kimono Labs yesterday.

And it’s one of the many reasons why we love open source so much.

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The Road to Loading JavaScript in Portia

Support for JavaScript has been a much requested feature ever since Portia’s first release 2 years ago. The wait is nearly over and we are happy to inform you that we will be launching these changes in the very near future. If you’re feeling adventurous you can try it out on the develop branch at Github. This post aims to highlight the path we took to achieving JavaScript support in Portia.

Scrape Data Visually with Portia and Scrapy Cloud

It’s been several months since we first integrated Portia into our Scrapy Cloud platform, and last week we officially began to phase out Autoscraping in favor of Portia.

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