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Web spiders are usually disliked by websites, but useful for recursive API/page downloads for offline analysis.

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# spidey.py

> Web spiders are usually disliked by websites, but useful for recursive API/page downloads for offline analysis.

## Installation

> Pypi Location: https://pypi.python.org/pypi/spidey.py

- Using Pypi - `pip install spidey`

## Usage

> Run `spidey` for Detailed help.

- `spidey --dir NEW_DIR --filter DOMAIN --url URL [--base BASE_URL]`
- `spidey --dir NEW_DIR --filter DOMAIN --url URL --max MAX_DOWNLOADS`
- Example - `spidey --dir test --filter 'www.google.com' --url 'https://www.google.com/' --max 20`

### More Examples

```
spidey \
-d test \
-f 'www.google.com' \
-u 'https://www.google.com/' \
-b 'https://www.google.com/' \
-hh '{"Accept" : "application/json"}' \
-n 2 \
-m 10 \
-s 5
```
```
spidey \
--dir test \
--filter 'www.google.com' \
--url 'https://www.google.com/'' \ \
--base 'https://www.google.com/
--headers '{"Accept" : "application/json"}' \
--depth 2 \
--max 10 \
--sleep 5

```


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