As the biggest retailer in the world, Amazon.com is a popular source for product information. Unfortunately, Amazon does not offer Open Graph tags for easy scraping of product data. Using OpenGraph.io, it is now possible to get that information without having to write your own cumbersome web-scraping tool.
Let’s say you’d like information on a kid’s plush toy
First, we can see that Amazon displays Production Information on the page, but it’s difficult for developers to access it without doing quite a bit of DOM traversal
This post will talk a bit about thinking like a developer before diving into a collection of some common keyboard shortcuts.
I love that laziness is a virtue for programmers, so when I found myself running
git pull commands on the same repo over and over, I knew it was time to automate it. In this post, I’m going to review a couple git basics, give a *brief* introduction to Mac system processes and AppleScripts, and then finally explain the actual script I’m running to automate the git pulls. Oh yeah, there’s some bonus stuff at the end too. Before diving in, here’s a screenshot of the final script:
full stack web developer. trying not to get picked last at the pickup 🏀 game // he/him