Guides on browser automation and reducing repetitive work
For indie hackers and solopreneurs, the task of translating content, including text on images, can feel overwhelming. In this article, we’ll introduce a method to automatically generate images with text in multiple languages for React applications.
The “following-sibling” and “preceding-sibling” axes in XPath allow you to traverse the HTML/XML document sideways to find the siblings of the current element. Let’s learn with some practical examples that can be used in Selenium.
Notion may not be a dedicated database, but its info-storing features can be potent when set up properly. Here's how to get the most out of your databases.
If you’re unsure what’s the difference between structured and unstructured data and how they can be used, this article will give you an introduction to both. They will also be compared side by side to highlight the main differences.
If you're using Zapier to automate your workflows, you need to choose apps that integrate well with it. Here's how Airtable and Notion match up.
In this tutorial, we’ll learn how to create a Node.js service that monitors prices on websites and send a price alert via email when the price changes.
XPath is one of the most versatile methods to locate an HTML element from a web page when using Selenium. In this article, let's learn how to use it, from writing a basic XPath to one that suits different conditions.
Puppeteer is developed for Node.js but you can also use it to automate Chrome/Chromium in Python with Pyppeteer. We'll show you how in this article, with examples like taking screenshots, downloading images, and extracting data from a web page.
When automating browser tasks without code, you often need to format data to fit your needs. Here's how to do it with databases, Zapier, and Browserbear.