• mshopik/blacktailor-scraper
  • Modified
  • Users 1
  • Runs 550
  • Created by Author's avatarMark Carter

Scrape BLACKTAILOR and extract data on casual apparel from Our BLACKTAILOR API lets you crawl product information and pricing. The saved data can be downloaded as HTML, JSON, CSV, Excel, and XML.


    "title": "blacktailor-scraper",
    "description": "",
    "type": "object",
    "schemaVersion": 1,
    "properties": {
        "maxRequestsPerCrawl": {
            "title": "Max items",
            "description": "How many items to extract from",
            "default": 20,
            "prefill": 20,
            "type": "integer",
            "editor": "number"
        "extendOutputFunction": {
            "title": "Extend Output Function",
            "description": "Add or remove properties on the output object or omit the output returning null",
            "type": "string",
            "default": "async ({ data, item, product, images, fns, name, request, variants, context, customData, input, Apify }) => {\n  return item;\n}",
            "prefill": "async ({ data, item, product, images, fns, name, request, variants, context, customData, input, Apify }) => {\n  return item;\n}",
            "editor": "javascript",
            "sectionCaption": "Extend scraper functionality",
            "sectionDescription": "You can change the output of the items for your dataset here, or add additional behavior on the scraper."
        "extendScraperFunction": {
            "title": "Extend Scraper Function",
            "description": "Advanced function that allows you to extend the default scraper functionality, allowing you to manually perform actions on the page",
            "type": "string",
            "default": "async ({ fns, customData, Apify, label }) => {\n \n}",
            "prefill": "async ({ fns, customData, Apify, label }) => {\n \n}",
            "editor": "javascript"
        "customData": {
            "title": "Custom data",
            "description": "Any data that you want to have available inside the Extend Output/Scraper Function",
            "default": {},
            "prefill": {},
            "type": "object",
            "editor": "json"
        "fetchHtml": {
            "title": "Fetch HTML",
            "description": "If you decide to fetch the HTML of the pages, it will take twice as long. Make sure to only enable this if needed",
            "default": true,
            "editor": "checkbox",
            "type": "boolean"
        "maxConcurrency": {
            "title": "Max concurrency",
            "description": "Max concurrency to use",
            "default": 20,
            "prefill": 20,
            "type": "integer",
            "editor": "number"
        "maxRequestRetries": {
            "title": "Max request retries",
            "description": "Set the max request retries",
            "default": 3,
            "prefill": 3,
            "type": "integer",
            "editor": "number"
        "debugLog": {
            "title": "Debug Log",
            "description": "Enable a more verbose logging to be able to understand what's happening during the scraping",
            "type": "boolean",
            "default": false,
            "editor": "checkbox"

## What does BLACKTAILOR Scraper do?

This scraper creates an API for BLACKTAILOR to enable you to extract product information and pricing from the []( online store. 

The BLACKTAILOR API is free to use and will let you scrape and extract e-commerce data as often as you need to. The data you extract can be downloaded in structured format so that you can use it in your own applications, spreadsheets, reports, or tools.

Scraping BLACKTAILOR could help you identify competition, opportunities, potential leads, and useful contacts. The right data can help you with product tracking, market research, and price monitoring in the casual apparel category.

If you need more inspiration, check out [how scraping can help you]( get an edge over the competition and stay ahead in e-commerce.

## How much will it cost to scrape BLACKTAILOR?

Running BLACKTAILOR Scraper will consume platform credits. Platform credits are counted in USD and each plan includes a set amount. Check our [platform pricing]( page for details.

The exact number of platform credits consumed will depend on the actor input settings, the type of job it performs, how often it runs, and for how long.

The best way to find out how many platform credits an actor will consume is to perform a test run. You can then review platform usage in [Billing]( and figure out the best Apify subscription plan for your needs.

## How to scrape BLACKTAILOR

[]( is built using Shopify and BLACKTAILOR Scraper is one of our huge range of online e-commerce scrapers designed to create a universal Shopify API.

Check out our [quick start guide]( to using any Apify scraper or feel free to send an email to []( if you have any questions.

You can also watch our [video about scraping Amazon]( to understand more about scraping e-commerce data and how it can help your business succeed.

For more ideas, read about our [top 5 web scraping tools to help you gather retail analytics](


import Apify from 'apify';

Apify.main(async () => {
    const input = await Apify.getInput();

    await Apify.metamorph('pocesar/shopify-scraper', {
        startUrls: [{
            url: '',


    "name": "blacktailor-scraper",
    "version": "0.0.1",
    "type": "module",
    "dependencies": {
        "apify": "^2.3.2"
    "scripts": {
        "start": "node main.js"


# First, specify the base Docker image. You can read more about
# the available images at
# You can also use any other image from Docker Hub.
FROM apify/actor-node:16

# Second, copy just package.json and package-lock.json since those are the only
# files that affect "npm install" in the next step, to speed up the build.
COPY package*.json ./

RUN npm --quiet set progress=false \
 && npm install --only=prod --no-optional \
 && echo "Installed NPM packages:" \
 && (npm list --only=prod --no-optional --all || true) \
 && echo "Node.js version:" \
 && node --version \
 && echo "NPM version:" \
 && npm --version

COPY . ./

ENV npm_config_loglevel=silent