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Stars - the number of stars that a project has on GitHub. Growth - month over month growth in stars.
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For example, an activity of 9.0 indicates that a project is amongst the top 10% of the most actively developed projects that we are tracking.
GitHub – GSA/code-gov: An informative repo for all Code.gov repos
12 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 9 Sep 2023
(Apache Nutch is a Java-based web crawler which supports e.g. CommonCrawl (which backs various foundational LLMs)) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apache_Nutch#Search_engines_bu... . But extruct extracts more types of metadata and data than Nutch AFAIU: https://github.com/scrapinghub/extruct )
datasette-graphql adds a GraphQL HTTP API to a SQLite database:
8 Most Popular Python HTML Web Scraping Packages with Benchmarks
4 projects | dev.to | 1 Feb 2023
The State of Web Scraping in 2021
9 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 11 Oct 2021
Lazyweb link: https://github.com/rushter/selectolax
although I don't follow the need to have what appears to be two completely separate HTML parsing C libraries as dependencies; seeing this in the readme for Modest gives me the shivers because lxml has _seen some shit_
> Modest is a fast HTML renderer implemented as a pure C99 library with no outside dependencies.
although its other dep seems much more cognizant about the HTML5 standard, for whatever that's worth: https://github.com/lexbor/lexbor#lexbor
> It looks like the author of the article just googled some libraries for each language and didn't research the topic
Heh, oh, new to the Internet, are you? :-D
Top python libraries/ frameworks that you suggest every one
15 projects | /r/Python | 28 Mar 2022
Nope, sorry, it's just an XML generator. The Python stdlib offers https://docs.python.org/3/library/xml.etree.elementtree.html and PyPI offers https://github.com/martinblech/xmltodict for parsing, and you could write CSV with csvwriter or pandas.
Like JQ, but for HTML
21 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 7 Sep 2021
xmlstarlet is really nothing like jq, as a language. But yes, I use it because it is the best commandline xml processor I'd found. That's the only similarity to jq.
Is this the yq? https://kislyuk.github.io/yq/ It does contain an 'xq', as a literal wrapper for jq, piping output into it after transcoding XML to JSON using xmltodict https://github.com/martinblech/xmltodict (which explodes xml into separate JSON data structures).
This is a bash one-liner! But TBF it really is a 'jq for xml'. I think it would be horrible for some things, but you could also do a lot of useful things painlessly.
What are some alternatives?
lxml - The lxml XML toolkit for Python
untangle - Converts XML to Python objects
lexbor - Lexbor is development of an open source HTML Renderer library. https://lexbor.com
html5lib - Standards-compliant library for parsing and serializing HTML documents and fragments in Python
pyquery - A jquery-like library for python
pyppeteer - Headless chrome/chromium automation library (unofficial port of puppeteer)
MarkupSafe - Safely add untrusted strings to HTML/XML markup.
bleach - Bleach is an allowed-list-based HTML sanitizing library that escapes or strips markup and attributes
gazpacho - 🥫 The simple, fast, and modern web scraping library
xmldataset - xmldataset: xml parsing made easy 🗃️