back to article Meet ScrAPIr, MIT's Swiss army-knife for non-coders to shake data out of APIs (It's useful for pro devs, too)

Boffins at MIT's Computer Science & Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) have developed a tool called ScrAPIr to help simplify access to online data available through application programming interfaces, or APIs. ScrAPIr is not a scraping tool – code designed to fetch webpages and extract from the HTML specific elements, …

  1. General Purpose

    our tech team is busy enough as it is

    That's a keeper.

    1. Grikath
      Angel

      Re: our tech team is busy enough as it is

      No doubt quickly edited in while IT was checking for "interference in the WiFi Matrix" while helpfully checking the window hinges for Anomalies. Just a friendly service by your local techie...

      1. Anonymous Coward
        Anonymous Coward

        Re: our tech team is busy enough as it is

        I thought that the IT guys were busy rounding up all the mallocs that Greenpeace had freed? :)

      2. chivo243 Silver badge
        Coat

        Re: our tech team is busy enough as it is

        Window hinges, ah yes, beloved like the stairwell, and the elevator\lift shaft.

        Copy of the Whole Shebang in my pocket.

  2. Lyndon Hills 1

    RSS Feed

    El Reg. already has one. No need for the tech team to build another one...

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