My top preference for data munging and harvesting from The Web is Internet Explorer, Yes, Internet Explorer! 🙂 because I can create an InternetExplorer.Application object and access the HTML DOM to scrape web data as and when required. The problem arises when all information on the web page is not populated by default when the page loads,… Read More Scrolling Internet Explorer with Powershell
This blog post is in continuation of my last blog post Capturing & Analyzing online users Trend on Reddit with Powershell . According to the advice from one of the best IT pros I know – Trevor Sullivan (Twitter handle @PCGeek) who suggested me to pump all the data points script captures from Reddit’s Powershell Community page to AWS Cloud Watch, I decided to give it a shot.
Just to give you an idea AWS CloudWatch is Amazon Monitoring service and it can do much more than just plotting graphs using the data points you send to the cloud. You can use Amazon CloudWatch to collect and track metrics, collect and monitor log files, set alarms, and automatically react to changes in your resources.… Read More Pumping Reddit user trend to AWS CloudWatch with Powershell
INTRODUCTION : Well if you write a blog and share your content on variety of social media websites and forums/communities craving maximum interaction on your content, you must have at some point in time have thought about “Man what is the best time to share my content!” early in the morning, after Lunch or at… Read More Capturing & Analyzing online users Trend on Reddit with Powershell
PROBLEM : I am working on a personal project where in I require common/popular dictionary words for lookups and performance is a concern. INITIAL THOUGHTS : Figure out a way in which I can use In-built dictionary on Microsoft Word, but couldn’t find much on google search ( May be I didn’t tried enough :P)… Read More [ Powershell ] Data Harvesting all dictionary words for each alphabet from Web