Bot-oto Version 1.0

Rating:        Based on 2 ratings
Reviewed:  2 reviews
Downloads: 229
Released: Jul 17, 2012
Updated: Jul 17, 2012 by JeffreyKhater
Dev status: Beta Help Icon

Downloads

Source Code Bot-oto version 1.0 Source code
source code, 4281K, uploaded Jul 17, 2012 - 101 downloads
Application Bot-oto version 1.0 Application
application, 1045K, uploaded Jul 17, 2012 - 94 downloads
Application Bot-oto version 1.0 Technical Documentation
application, 440K, uploaded Jul 17, 2012 - 34 downloads

Release Notes

This version is the first ever written by Jeffrey Khater in 2012.

Points and issues:
  • It work on most websites, depending on their HTML structure.
  • It cannot interact with asp.net pages, instead the application freezes and becomes unresponsive.
  • It cannot access locally saved web pages for analysis, the pages should be online.

Proposed added features:
  • Allow asp.net pages to be read.
  • Create a multipage reading algorithm that is fed only one URL and discovers the sequential following pages.
  • Optimization of the HTML code cleaning algorithm and methods for faster processing.
  • Include the style attribute as a needed attribute for positive segments generation.
  • Include container tags that do not have any of the positive attributes but that match the keyword or expression into the segments without overflowing the users with data (each container encapsulates several others, which generates too many unlikely possibilities).
  • Adding the data collections into a database, word file, XML, and others.
  • Porting the project from VB to C# and other languages.
  • Creating a web based publically accessible version of Bot-oto.

The project has huge room for improvement, and the improvement points will be mentioned in the documentation.

Reviews for this release

     
Thank you! This highly useful, yet concise program does exactly what it's author proclaims. What's more is that it provides an "instant gratification" exe and technical documentation to boot. All I can say is the world needs more developers who pay close attention to detail such as yourself! Again, thank you!!
by rob_hyland on Oct 21, 2013 at 2:08 AM
     
Dear Jeffrey, I am interested in your idea and i would like and would be happy to donate if you clarify 3 things : -HTML structures supported by your bot -Why it doesn't support .net pages? is it a leak? -Why pages should be online? i am specifying an address that can be local or online. Waiting to hear any news, Keep it up, Peace.
by mrQX on Jul 20, 2012 at 10:02 AM