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Net::HTTP - Universal basic parser with support for multipage parsing and CloudFlare bypass

Net::HTTP parser overview​

Overview

Net::HTTPNet::HTTP is a universal parser that allows you to solve most non-standard tasks. It can be used as a basis for parsing arbitrary content from any sites. It allows you to download the page code by link, supports multipage parsing (page navigation), automatic proxy work, allows you to check for a successful response by code or by page content.

Net::HTTP parser use cases​

REG.RU domain auction

Parsing the auction of expiring domains with filtering

SSL certificate data

Parsing SSL certificate data from leaderssl.ru

Parsing Booking.com resource

Getting search results for apartments and hotels on the site

Product characteristics collection

Example of parsing an unknown number of product characteristics

Parsing IMDB movie database

Gets data about each movie and writes it to the result

HTTPS availability check

The preset checks for the presence of HTTPS on the site

List of collected data​

Example of collected data

  • Content
  • Server response code
  • Server response description
  • Server response headers
  • Proxies used in the request
  • An array with all collected pages (used when working with the Use Pages option)

Capabilities​

  • Multipage parsing (page navigation)
  • Automatic proxy work
  • Checking for a successful response by code or by page content
  • Supports gzip/deflate/brotli compression
  • Detection and conversion of site encodings to UTF-8
  • CloudFlare bypass
  • Choice of engine (HTTP or Chrome)
  • Check content option - performs the specified regular expression on the received page. If the expression did not work, the page will be reloaded with another proxy.
  • Use Pages option - allows you to iterate over a specified number of pages with a certain step. The $pagenum variable contains the current page number when iterating.
  • Check next page option - you need to specify a regular expression that will extract a link to the next page (usually the "Forward" button) if it exists. The transition between pages is made within the specified limit (0 - without restrictions).
  • Page as new query option - the transition to the next page occurs in a new request. Allows you to remove the limit on the number of pages to navigate.

Usage options​

  • Downloading content
  • Downloading images
  • Checking the server response code
  • Checking for HTTPS availability
  • Checking for redirects
  • Outputting a list of redirect URLs
  • Getting the page size
  • Collecting meta tags
  • Extracting data from the source code of the page and/or headers

Query examples​

Links to pages should be specified as queries, for example:

http://lenta.ru/
http://a-parser.com/pages/reviews/

Results output options​

A-Parser supports flexible result formatting thanks to the built-in Template Toolkit template engine, which allows it to output results in any form, as well as in a structured form, such as CSV or JSON.

Content output​

Result format:

$data

Result example:

<!DOCTYPE html><html id="XenForo" lang="ru-RU" dir="LTR" class="Public NoJs uix_javascriptNeedsInit LoggedOut Sidebar  Responsive pageIsLtr   hasTabLinks  hasSearch   is-sidebarOpen hasRightSidebar is-setWidth navStyle_0 pageStyle_0 hasFlexbox" xmlns:fb="http://www.facebook.com/2008/fbml">
<head>
<!-- Google Tag Manager -->
<!-- End Google Tag Manager -->
<meta charset="utf-8" />
<meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=Edge,chrome=1" />
<meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1" />
<base href="https://a-parser.com/" />
<title>A-Parser - парсСр для профСссионалов SEO</title>
<noscript><style>.JsOnly, .jsOnly { display: none !important; }</style></noscript>
<link rel="stylesheet" href="css.php?css=xenforo,form,public,parser_icons&amp;style=9&amp;dir=LTR&amp;d=1612857138" />
<link rel="stylesheet" href="css.php?css=facebook,google,login_bar,moderator_bar,nat_public_css,node_category,node_forum,node_list,notices,panel_scroller,resource_list_mini,sidebar_share_page,thread_list_simple,twitter,uix_extendedFooter&amp;style=9&amp;dir=LTR&amp;d=1612857138" />
<link rel="stylesheet" href="css.php?css=uix,uix_style&amp;style=9&amp;dir=LTR&amp;d=1612857138" />

Server response code​

Result format:

$code

Result example:

200
note

The result format [% response.Redirects.0.Status || сode %] allows you to output status 301 if there are redirects in the request.

Getting query data​

The $response variable helps to get information about the request and server response.

Result format:

$response.json\n

Result example:

{
"Time": 3.414,
"connection": "keep-alive",
"Decode": "Decode from utf-8(meta charset)",
"cache-control": "max-age=3600,public",
"last-modified": "Tue, 18 May 2021 12:42:56 GMT",
"transfer-encoding": "chunked",
"date": "Thu, 27 May 2021 14:18:42 GMT",
"Status": 200,
"content-encoding": "gzip",
"Body-Length-Decoded": 1507378,
"Reason": "OK",
"Proxy": "http://51.255.55.144:25302",
"content-type": "text/html",
"Redirects": [],
"server": "nginx",
"Request-Raw": "GET / HTTP/1.1\r\nAccept: text/html,application/xhtml+xml,application/xml;q=0.9,image/webp,image/apng,*/*;q=0.8\r\nAccept-Encoding: gzip, deflate, br\r\nAccept-Language: en-US,en;q=0.9\r\nConnection: keep-alive\r\nHost: a-parser.com\r\nUpgrade-Insecure-Requests: 1\r\nUser-Agent: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1; SV1)\r\n\r\n",
"URI": "https://a-parser.com/",
"HTTPVersion": "1.1",
"Body-Length": 299312,
"Decode-Mode": "auto-html",
"etag": "W/\"60a3b650-170032\"",
"Decode-Time": 0.003,
"IP": "remote",
"expires": "Thu, 27 May 2021 15:18:42 GMT"
}

Getting redirects​

Query:

https://google.it

Result format:

$response.Redirects.0.URI -> $response.URI

Result example:

https://google.it/  -> https://www.google.it/

JSON with redirects​

Result format:

$response.Redirects.json

Result example:

[{"x-powered-by":"PleskLin","connection":"keep-alive","URI":"http://a-parser.com/","location":"https://a-parser.com/","date":"Thu, 18 Feb 2021 09:16:36 GMT","HTTPVersion":"1.1","Status":301,"content-length":"162","Reason":"Moved Permanently","Proxy":"socks5://51.255.55.144:29683","content-type":"text/html","IP":"remote","server":"nginx","Request-Raw":"GET / HTTP/1.1\r\nAccept: text/html,application/xhtml+xml,application/xml;q=0.9,image/webp,image/apng,*/*;q=0.8\r\nAccept-Encoding: gzip, deflate, br\r\nAccept-Language: en-US,en;q=0.9\r\nConnection: keep-alive\r\nHost: a-parser.com\r\nUpgrade-Insecure-Requests: 1\r\nUser-Agent: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.1; SV1)\r\n\r\n"}]

Server response status​

Result format:

$reason

Result example:

OK

Server response time​

Result format:

$response.Time

Result example:

1.457

Getting page size​

As an example, the size is presented in three different formats.

Result format:

[% "data-length: " _ data.length _ "\n";
"Body-Length: " _ response.${'Body-Length'} _ "\n";
"Body-Length-Decoded: " _ response.${'Body-Length-Decoded'} _ "\n" %]

Result example:

data-length: 70257
Body-Length: 23167
Body-Length-Decoded: 75868

Results formatting​

A-Parser allows you to process results directly during parsing. In this section, we have provided the most popular cases for the Net::HTTP parser.

Output of H1-H6 headers​

Add a regular expression (option Use regular expression) <(h\d)>(.+?)<\/\1>, select $pages.$i.data - Page content in the "Apply to" field, select the sg modifiers in the field opposite the regular expression. An array will be automatically selected as the result type. In the Name field, specify headers, in "$1 to" specify tag, click on the plus sign opposite and in "$2 to" specify content. In the Result format field, use $p1.headers.format('$content\n').

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Collecting meta tags​

Add a regular expression (option Use regular expression) (<meta[^>]+>), select $pages.$i.data - Page content in the "Apply to" field, select the g modifier in the field opposite the regular expression. An array will be automatically selected as the result type. In the Name field, specify meta, in "$1 to" specify item. In the Result format field, use $p1.meta.format('$item\n').

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Pagination examples​

Use pages​

Use pages. This function allows you to navigate through pagination with a predetermined number of pages. For example, take one of the categories on the product catalog site https://www.proball.ru/catalog/myachi/. At the top and bottom, we see the pagination panel. By clicking on the icons with page numbers, you can see how the parameter with the page number is passed at the end of the request in the browser bar:

https://www.proball.ru/catalog/myachi/?PAGEN_1=1

Use pages is a kind of counter that actually substitutes numbers in the variable $pagenum, increasing them by the value we specify.

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As can be seen from the screenshot, the variable $pagenum is used in the parser request format in the right place. The Use pages function will iterate and substitute all values in the request, in fact, we will get links for the request

https://www.proball.ru/catalog/myachi/?PAGEN_1=$pagenum

where instead of the variable $pagenum, the page number will be substituted, starting from 1 and up to 4 with a step of 1. Thus, we get a pass through the pages of the required range. This is the limitation of this method - you need to know in advance the number of pages that are in the pagination. Obviously, when parsing several categories at the same time, the number of pages everywhere will be different, and as a result, we can simply specify a larger number of assumed pages. But this is not entirely correct, so there is a more optimal solution, which will be discussed further

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Check next page​

Check next page is another function that allows you to organize pagination. The feature of its use is that to go to the next page, you need to use a regular expression that will return a link to the next page. This is a more convenient and most commonly used method. But it cannot be applied to https://www.proball.ru/catalog/myachi/ because there are no links to the next pages in the code. Links there are generated by a script. Therefore, take the site http://www.imdb.com/search/name?gender=female as an example. Here there is pagination both at the beginning and at the end of the list. After viewing and analyzing the source code, you can see the presence of a link that allows you to go to the next page:

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  • in the Next page RegEx field, write a regular expression
  • in the Limit field, specify the number of pages to be parsed

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In the example, 4 is specified. By specifying a limit, we determine how many pages the parser should go through. In our case, 5 pages will be parsed, since counting starts from 0. If you specify a limit of 0, the parser will work until it goes through all the pages regardless of their number. This is very convenient to use when you need to parse all the results from all pages.

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As mentioned above, it is possible to dynamically limit the number of pages in Use pages. To do this, you need to use Use pages and Check next page together. Let's add the Check next page function to the example that was considered when describing Use pages:

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These two functions work together as follows: Use pages provides passage through pages, and Check next page checks if the next one exists. As soon as Check next page does not find the next page, parsing of this category will be stopped, without waiting for the passage of the entire quantity specified in Use pages. By combining these functions, we add efficiency to the parser's work, saving time and resources.

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Using substitution macros​

Substitution macros allow you to implement sequential substitution of values from the specified range.

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This preset will work as follows. By specifying the template in the query format:

$query?PAGEN_1={num:1:10}

we add substitution of values from 1 to 10 (the range can be specified arbitrarily) in the query itself. Thus, we get requests that provide passage through the required number of pages, like:

https://www.proball.ru/catalog/myachi/?PAGEN_1=1
https://www.proball.ru/catalog/myachi/?PAGEN_1=2
...
https://www.proball.ru/catalog/myachi/?PAGEN_1=10

Using substitution macros to navigate through pagination is similar to the Use pages function and has the same limitations, that is, you need to specify a specific range of values. The advantage of this method can be considered that through substitution macros, you can substitute different values, both numeric and textual, for example, words or expressions. Thus, we can more flexibly insert the necessary parts into requests or form requests ourselves from parts that will be placed in different files, if the task requires it.

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Using Page as query​

To reduce memory consumption, the logic can be defined using the Page as query option. When activated, these functions will substitute each subsequent page into requests as a separate independent request, thereby not accumulating their content in memory. Page as query also allows you to determine whether to increase the query level Increase (similar to the $tools.query.add tool), or not Keep.

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Possible settings​

Parameter nameDefault valueDescription
Good statusAllSelects which server response will be considered successful. If parsing returns a different response from the server, the request will be repeated with a different proxy
Good code RegEx-Ability to specify a regular expression to check the response code
Ban Proxy Code RegEx-Ability to ban a proxy for a certain time (Proxy ban time) based on the server response code
MethodGETRequest method
POST body-Content to be sent to the server when using the POST method. Supports variables $query - URL query, $query.orig - original query, and $pagenum - page number when using the Use Pages option.
Cookies-Ability to specify cookies for the request.
User agentAutomatically inserts the user-agent of the current version of ChromeUser-Agent header when requesting pages
Additional headers-Ability to specify arbitrary request headers with support for template engine capabilities and using variables from the request builder
Read only headers☐Read only headers. In some cases, it allows you to save traffic if there is no need to process content
Detect charset on content☐Recognize encoding based on page content
Emulate browser headersβ˜‘Emulate browser headers
Max redirects count7Maximum number of redirects the parser will follow
Follow common redirectsβ˜‘Allows http <-> https and www.domain <-> domain redirects within the same domain, bypassing the Max redirects count limit
Max cookies count16Maximum number of cookies to be saved
EngineHTTP (Fast, JavaScript Disabled)Allows you to choose the HTTP engine (faster, without JavaScript) or Chrome (slower, with JavaScript)
Chrome Headless☐If enabled, the browser will not be displayed
Chrome DevTools☐Allows you to use Chromium debugging tools
Chrome Log Proxy connections☐If enabled, information about chrome connections will be output to the log
Chrome Wait Untilnetworkidle2Determines when the page is considered loaded. More about values.
Use HTTP/2 transport☐Determines whether to use HTTP/2 instead of HTTP/1.1. For example, Google and Majestic immediately ban if you use HTTP/1.1.
Don't verify TLS certs☐Disables TLS certificate validation
Randomize TLS Fingerprint☐This option allows you to bypass site bans by TLS fingerprint
Bypass CloudFlare with Chrome☐Automatic CloudFlare check bypass
Bypass CloudFlare with Chrome Max Pages20Max. number of pages when bypassing CF via Chrome
Bypass CloudFlare with Chrome Headlessβ˜‘If enabled, the browser will not be displayed during CF bypass via Chrome