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Custom crawling & News API: designing a web scraping solution

Web scraping projects usually involve data extraction from many websites. The standard approach to tackle this problem is to write some code to navigate and extract the data from each website. However, this approach may not scale so nicely in the long-term, requiring maintenance effort for each website; it also doesn’t scale in the short-term, when we need to start the extraction process in a...

Solution Architecture Part 5: Designing A Well-Optimised Web Scraping Solution

In the fifth and final post of this solution architecture series, we will share with you how we architect a web scraping solution, all the core components of a well-optimized solution, and the resources required to execute it.

Solution Architecture Part 4: Accessing The Technical Feasibility of Your Web Scraping Project

In the fourth post of this solution architecture series, we will share with you our step-by-step process for evaluating the technical feasibility of a web scraping project.

Solution Architecture Part 3: Conducting a Web Scraping Legal Review

In this the third post in our solution architecture series, we will share with you our step-by-step process for conducting a legal review of every web scraping project we work on.

Solution Architecture Part 2: How to Define The Scope of Your Web Scraping Project

In this the second post in our solution architecture series, we will share with you our step-by-step process for data extraction requirement gathering.

How to Architect a Web Scraping Solution: The Step-by-Step Guide

For many people (especially non-techies), trying to architect a web scraping solution for their needs and estimate the resources required to develop it, can be a tricky process.

Oftentimes, this is their first web scraping project and as a result have little reference experience to draw upon when investigating the feasibility of a data extraction project.

In this series of articles we’re going...