Web Scraper Experimental Debug

  • mtrunkat/web-scraper-experimental-dbgr
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  • Users 28
  • Runs 786
  • Created by Author's avatarMarek Trunk谩t

Experimental version of Apify Web Scraper with Chrome debugger integrated

Web Scraper Experimental Debug

To run the code examples, you need to have an Apify account. Replace <YOUR_API_TOKEN> in the code with your API token. For a more detailed explanation, please read about running Actors via the API in Apify Docs.

# Set API token

# Prepare Actor input
cat > input.json <<'EOF'
  "startUrls": [
      "url": "https://apify.com"
  "pseudoUrls": [
      "purl": "https://apify.com[(/[\\w-]+)?]"
  "linkSelector": "a",
  "pageFunction": "async function pageFunction(context) {\n    // See README for context properties. If the syntax is unfamiliar see the link\n    // https://javascript.info/destructuring-assignment#object-destructuring\n    const { request, log, jQuery } = context;\n\n    // To be able to use jQuery as $, one needs save it into a variable\n    // and select the inject jQuery option. We've selected it for you.\n    const $ = jQuery;\n    const title = $('title').text();\n\n    // This is yet another new feature of Javascript called template strings.\n    // https://javascript.info/string#quotes\n    log.info(`URL: ${request.url} TITLE: ${title}`);\n\n    // To save data just return an object with the requested properties.\n    return {\n        url: request.url,\n        title\n    };\n}",
  "proxyConfiguration": {
    "useApifyProxy": false
  "initialCookies": [],
  "waitUntil": [
  "customData": {}

# Run the Actor
curl "https://api.apify.com/v2/acts/mtrunkat~web-scraper-experimental-dbgr/runs?token=$API_TOKEN" \
  -X POST \
  -d @input.json \
  -H 'Content-Type: application/json'