Developing Bots with Selenium Python (Mepso Media)
Wednesday, 29 November 2023

In this book, subtitled "For Web Scraping, Test Engineering, Data Mining, and Automation", Michael Schrenk shows how to develop bots with Selenium Python. He argues that there isn't a website that you can't scrape, control, or automate with Selenium Python. The book includes ten bot projects that explore specific aspects of Selenium Python. It also sets out techniques for bot architectures, handling big data, how Webdriver works, and fault tolerance.



Author: Michael G Schrenk
Publisher: Mepso Media
Date: November 2023
Pages: 306
ISBN: 978-8988762317
Print: B0CMJXS46V
Kindle: B0CP4WZPWQ
Audience: Web developers
Level: Intermediate
Category: Python and Web design and development


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