Jio Internet Balance Scraper

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One fine day, I was decided. I had ENOUGH. Enough means enough of firing up the app and waiting it to login and go into a few menus to finally get what I was looking for. I’m talking about my daily internet balance. I was so fed up of the shit app, and I didn’t have the patience to see slow loading screens either. Solution to this laziness?(the koala signifies Laziness 😶)

Well, I thought of building a web-scraper that runs as a service in the back-end. Only problem? Its not public! You gotta enter the email, password, click login, open a div and that’s when you finally get the text to scrape. So how did I manage to get past these hurdles? I used selenium to automate the process of login and scraped the page after that. Here’s a video demo of what it looks like:

As always, the code is open source, available at the following link:

https://github.com/arjun921/Jio-Balance-Scraper

I’ll leave this token of laziness with something someone great once said :P

Hire me Microsoft! 😆 😆

I sincerely vow to be lazy today and forever after.

Originally published at blog.omegadevs.com.

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I talk about real world experiences in Tech and Scaling Deep Learning based workloads | Reach out via @arjun921 / connect@arjunsunil.com

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