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What is ProxyCrawl?

It is a top web scraping tool for developers. Get data for SEO or data mining projects without worrying about worldwide proxies. Scrape Amazon, FB, Yahoo, and thousands of websites. Stay anonymous and save time when crawling the web by bypassing any restrictions, blocks, or captchas.
ProxyCrawl is a tool in the Web Scraping API category of a tech stack.

Who uses ProxyCrawl?

Developers

ProxyCrawl's Features

  • Disparate Data Collection
  • Email Address Extraction
  • Pricing Extraction
  • IP Address Extraction
  • Phone Number Extraction
  • Web Data Extraction
  • Document Extraction
  • Image Extraction
  • Integration with Python, PHP, NodeJS, Scrapy, Zapier, and Ruby

ProxyCrawl Alternatives & Comparisons

What are some alternatives to ProxyCrawl?
Scrapy
It is the most popular web scraping framework in Python. An open source and collaborative framework for extracting the data you need from websites. In a fast, simple, yet extensible way.
BeautifulSoup
It works with your favorite parser to provide idiomatic ways of navigating, searching, and modifying the parse tree. It commonly saves programmers hours or days of work.
import.io
import.io is a free web-based platform that puts the power of the machine readable web in your hands. Using our tools you can create an API or crawl an entire website in a fraction of the time of traditional methods, no coding required.
ParseHub
Web Scraping and Data Extraction ParseHub is a free and powerful web scraping tool. With our advanced web scraper, extracting data is as easy as clicking on the data you need. ParseHub lets you turn any website into a spreadsheet or API w
Portia
Portia is an open source tool that lets you get data from websites. It facilitates and automates the process of data extraction. This visual web scraper works straight from your browser, so you don't need to download or install anything.
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