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Re: Re: Re: Re: Scraping HTML: orthodoxy and reality

by chanio (Priest)
on Jul 09, 2003 at 07:17 UTC ( #272602=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Re: Re: Scraping HTML: orthodoxy and reality
in thread Scraping HTML: orthodoxy and reality

I am just starting my studies with Perl, and of course, with modules I have less experience.

But if you could print an HTML file to a plain text printer the result sent to a file would be just what you saw at the screen, right?

Then you would treat it like text...

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[Corion]: I'd really like to create a dynamic frontend for my Google Keep clone, but so far, all the templating solutions seem to bring their own template language or require me to hand-code everything in (their own flavour of) Javascript. I'd like something ...
[Corion]: ... that can use templates from the HTML (via <script language="text/ template">... my template ...</script> and otherwise gets out of my way. But it seems that is not how the Javascript world is, currently :-/
[Corion]: I guess my question is, has anybody worked with React, Ember, Angular (v2, v4, v.whatever) or any other JS client-side dynamic rendering/virtual DOM thingie and found a simple, single-file solution like jQuery?

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