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URL Scan Plugin - Released

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URL Scan Plugin - Released

Postby TechMediaPlugins2010 » Fri Oct 14, 2011 6:40 am

URL SCAN

URL Scan Plugin allows mine sites for links, images, e-mail through a multitasking engine that returns links in an extremely fast and efficient way. You can set the level of search and filter links by type.


Features:

•Lightweight
•Don’t need external files
•Fast multi-threaded engine for fast operation
•Define search depth
•Define filters like mail, pgn, htm, jpg, etc.



Available at TechMedia Plugins Site

Registered users of TechMedia Complete Pack can download it on registered users area.
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Postby andybrock » Mon Oct 17, 2011 4:46 am

This is a great idea. When Super Web Browser comes out, coupling the two together will make for some *really* powerful stuff.

I am part of some forums about web automation and I can see a few new Neobookers on the horizon with this sort of capability.

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Postby TechMediaPlugins2010 » Mon Oct 17, 2011 4:56 am

I think i will release a plugin for forms filling, because it can be simple to maintanaince
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Postby dpayer » Mon Oct 17, 2011 9:33 am

andybrock wrote:This is a great idea. When Super Web Browser comes out, coupling the two together will make for some *really* powerful stuff.

I am part of some forums about web automation and I can see a few new Neobookers on the horizon with this sort of capability.

Andy


Could you point to these forums?

Thanks.

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