Ever had that moment when you’re coding and then you think Wait, I really need this Amazon thing, but are too lazy to navigate to Amazon? Well introducing:
Presenting... 📦 Amazon CLI 📦 [PUBLIC BETA]
This NodeJS project uses an Amazon Scraper to make getting Amazon products easy from the comfort of your console! No more waiting for Amazon to load, scrolling through the many distracting pages, then giving up. Simply select search features, your type of search, and your product name and get near-instant results.
Click here for the full screen version
No more repl.run links 😥
- Search by country and category
- Find amount of product
- Find average price of product
- Find average reviews for product
- Find links to product
- Up-to-date & current!
This is my initial public beta version, so you may find
numerous bugs! Please tell me in the comments below. Any UI suggestions are also appreciated, I used console-colors to make it look pretty but it could use some work.
Have any comments, questions,
or simply want to say hi? Drop a comment below, and upvote if you like this and/or found it to be useful! Your feedback lets me know if I should continue with this project or not!
Copyright, Affiliation, etc.
I am in no way associated with Amazon, and this program is not an official Amazon project. Simply made for fun and only uses public data! I also don’t use any Amazon affiliation links, so I make no profit from this. Purely for you.
This is an expanding list!:
Thanks to those who gave me feedback to get me here!
@YodaCode , @RyanGardiner1, @JBYT27 , @CoolJames1610 , @GeneralBaker , @tsunami21 , & @RYANTADIPARTHI (Sorry for the pings xD)
Which anyone of you are a bot please lot me know (so then I don’t contact you ever again because you might hack me)
@CodingCactus well, from the way that I intended it to read (and the way that most people picked it up I presume) it was made as a satirical form to call attention to the amounts of post that have “low-quality items” getting attention in comparison to actually good projects that enlighten people. Like I told someone else, I understand how people can misinterpret what I said (even through the numerous occasions where common sense and what I say rules out the action) but at that point it isn’t the fault of that post. You don’t need to relist the post, but at the same time I just wanted you to understand that. Cheers!
@CodingCactus well I clearly stated that the intention was to call to attention how good posts that aren’t getting the recognition that they deserve, but anyways I don’t want to argue with a moderator your opinion is probably more correct than mine. Thank’s for clearing it up with me! :D
well I clearly stated that the intention was to call to attention how good posts that aren’t getting the recognition that they deserve
I am aware of that, but what effect did you actually think it would have? Just it's been tried many times but never succeeded.
What country would you like to use Amazon in? United States Not an available country What do you want to do? US Not a choice. What do you want to do? USA Not a choice. What do you want to do? United States of America Not a choice. What do you want to do? USA Not a choice. What do you want to do? U.S. Not a choice. What do you want to do? U.S.A. Not a choice. What do you want to do? US of A Not a choice. What do you want to do?
Nice! However, just inputting a number (such as
4 to search for links) is kinda weird... perhaps give those options names (like maybe