[Newbies] Making requests to an HTML server
cdrick65 at gmail.com
Mon Jan 4 13:51:42 UTC 2010
you can also have a look at squeak soup  which is a tolerant HTML/XML
parser (Squeak port of Beautiful Soup). The code repository is on
2009/12/22 David Mitchell <david.mitchell at gmail.com>
> Start here:
> Good intro to Squeak Networking is the Networking Squeak chapter from
> the Squeak NuBlue
> And then I would check out Albatross, which is a Squeak framework for
> Google Squeak Albatross for more info.
> --David Mitchell
> blog: http://www.withaguide.com
> On Tue, Dec 22, 2009 at 8:04 AM, DUFOUR, Stephan (ext.)
> <stephan.dufour.prestataire at sfr.com> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I have several Urls, each giving me a piece of information.
> > I want to write some code that gathers these pieces of information and
> > a display of the whole situation.
> > The principle is: I send a request to one URL then parse the result and
> > a new request to another URL using the parsed result.
> > I need some code that somehow mimic a human behaviour: it should
> > 1) go to a URL and get the content (easy part)
> > 2) go to a URL and retrieve some session ID then make a more
> > Stephan
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