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Put Scrapy spiders behind an HTTP API

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HTTP server which provides API for scheduling Scrapy spiders and making requests with spiders.

Allows you to easily add HTTP API to your existing Scrapy project. All Scrapy project components (e.g. middleware, pipelines, extensions) are supported out of the box. You simply run Scrapyrt in Scrapy project directory and it starts HTTP server allowing you to schedule your spiders and get spider output in JSON format.

Documentation

Documentation is available here: http://scrapyrt.readthedocs.org/en/latest/index.html

Support

Open source support is provided here in Github. Please create a question issue (ie. issue with “question” label).

Commercial support is also available by Scrapinghub.

Development

Release

Use bumpversion tool, e.g. to release minor version do:

bumpversion minor --verbose
git push origin master
git push origin <new_version_tag>

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