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Jul 20, 2023 ⋅ 7 min read

The best Node.js web scrapers for your use case

Juan Cruz Martinez I'm an entrepreneur, developer, author, speaker, YouTuber, and doer of things.

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One Reply to "The best Node.js web scrapers for your use case"

  1. Great article! I’m scaling puppeteer on remote browsers (so I can run thousands of headed browsers concurrently) and use browserless platform to do that… I was wondering if these technologies you mention in the article are compatible with such a technology? It requires to use puppeteers .connect() method instead of .launch()

    Again, great article!

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