[okfn-labs] Reactive Scraper <-> Datahub

Duke Khaos duke.m16 at gmail.com
Tue May 22 10:50:30 UTC 2012

Hello Rufus, moving to okfn-labs

Hello everybody,
Reactive Scraper[1][2] is a easy way to scrape data with javascript, using
jQuery, and share it. I am trying integrate it with datahub, and need help
to do it.

I think the user should config database, resource and api_key, if database
and resource there isn't  in datahub need create it. I think is a good
point the user can change the endpoint and the default value be "datahub.io"


[1] http://reactivescraper.herokuapp.com/
[2] https://github.com/okfn-br/reactive_scraper

On Mon, May 21, 2012 at 5:41 AM, Rufus Pollock <rufus.pollock at okfn.org>wrote:

> As per other mail I'd love to move this conversation to
> okfn-labs at lists.okfn.org. Let me know if that is OK with you! More
> comments below.
> On 21 May 2012 05:44, Duke Khaos <duke.m16 at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hey Rufus,
> > I started the code to reactivescraper works with datahub,
> > but I know  very well how CKAN work, but I think was more easy share
> data to
> > datahub,
> > I will need create a way to reactive scraper user config the scraper with
> > apikey, dataset and resource id, right?
> > like it:
> >
> > datahub.config = {
> >     dataset: "mydatasetX",
> >     api_key: "PUTMYAPIKEYHERE",
> > };
> That's right -- though you may want to select the dataset on a
> scrape-by-scrape basis while the api key will be the same always.
> I've been thinking about how to allow users to get this info easily
> from the DataHub recently for Recline so this is something I can help
> with.
> > What you think about it? I am going to the correct way?
> I think so.
> Rufus
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