Web scraping with Java: Top 10 Google search results

Today most sites do have content available via APIs, RSS feeds or some other form of structured data. But what do we do if there is nothing of the above provided and we still need the data in a structured way?

That’s where the art of web scraping comes into play. That’s what this article is about…

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