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Monday, January 14, 2008

Automates Whatever You Do With Web Browser using iMacros... FREE for IE and Firefox

image The iMacros bookmark dialog gives you the option to embed your macros and scripts directly into a link and share it with others.

iMacros for Firefox and iMacros for Internet Explorer are 100% free for private and commercial use.

30 day trial version for other browsers is available here .


iMacros ?

"In a nutshell, iMacros is the world's first browser-based macro recorder. It allows you to easily record web surfing and replay it.

The web browser is probably the most frequently used software today, but many tasks are repetitious: checking on the same sites everyday, remembering passwords, submitting to search engines or testing web sites over and over again. With iMacros, you record these tasks once and then let iMacros execute them whenever you need them.

Any combination of browsing, form filling, clicking and information gathering can be recorded into a macro and iMacros even assists you during the recording with visual feedback.

You can also import or export data to/from using CSV & XML files, databases or any other source to and /from web applications. iMacros includes support for PDF handling PDFs, taking screenshots, simulating different user agents and connecting to proxy servers. It is the only software add-on that works with every website.

The iMacros Scripting Interface gives you full programmatic control over the web browser, so you can script even very the most complex tasks can be scripted. You can use iMacros It can be used with all scripting or programming languages , so there’s no need to learn an . There is no awkward vendor - specific scripting language to learn. You can even ship iMacros with your application. The Scripting Edition comes with a special redistribution license without royalty fees.

iMacros can also be used for Data Extraction/Web Scraping/Web Mining/Enterprise Data Mash-Ups, Web Testing, Form Filler on Steroids and Password Manager and many more...

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