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cURL, which stands for client URL, is a free command-line tool. You can use it when you wanna transfer data from and to a server. And by the way – cURL is scriptable and versatile, so it thrives on complex operations.


Alternative Google SERP Scraping Techniques - Terminal and cURL [VIDEO]

Google has become a gateway to easily-accessible information. And one of the best ways to make use of Google’s limitless knowledge is web scraping. We’ve just released a detailed blog post about scraping Google SERPs with Python, where we cover lots of useful info, including the technical part. So before you dive into this tutorial – check it out. But what if Python is not exactly your forte? This blog post will show you how to scrape SERPs using a simpl...

cURL - what is it and how to use it with a proxy

cURL is embedded in nearly every device that transfers any data over different internet protocols. But why it matters when we talk about proxies? Well, buckle up, pal, as we will answer this question in a detailed, tech-infused way. Let's start from the basics. A cURL (client URL) is a command-line tool that lets you transfer data from or to servers with URL syntax commands. The cURL library enables you to use over 20 protocols, including HTTP(S), FTP(S),...

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