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Is there a way, in Visual Basic, to pull a piece of data (for example, a number) from a webpage that is generated entirely with JavaScript and HTML? I want to create a way for my application to find updates on the internet, and I want to find out if this is a good way to do it.
Posted 18-Mar-12 18:17pm
SAKryukov 18-Mar-12 23:25pm
So, VB.NET or VB? They are different things?
drummerboy0511 18-Mar-12 23:37pm
Well, any version of VB from VB.NET onward...
SAKryukov 19-Mar-12 0:56am
I answered for .NET, so you can use VB.NET. I don't even want to discuss VB. And it has nearly nothing to do with VB.NET. I cannot imagine you want to support both...
drummerboy0511 21-Mar-12 23:49pm
I don't... I stopped using VB a long time ago. Thank you for answering, by the way.
SAKryukov 22-Mar-12 0:08am
You are welcome.
If you agree my answer makes sense, consider accepting it formally (green button) -- thanks.

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Solution 1

This is called Web scraping, please see:[^].

With .NET, you need to use the class System.Net.HttpWebRequest, please see:[^].

See some code sample here:[^].

drummerboy0511 24-Mar-12 20:44pm
Thank you!
SAKryukov 24-Mar-12 22:51pm
You are very welcome.
Good luck, call again.

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