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scraping list from spotify using clicknium

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I need scraping the list from spotify, for example:
"https://open.spotify.co m/playlist/6iwz7yurUKaILuy kiyeztu

As the list is dynamic loaded, I use iterate index to search each item, as [clicknium](https://www.clicknium.c om) can automatically scroll to the item, it will trigger to load new items.

I use parametric locator for title and author





As one itme may has multiple authors, so I use the following code to get multiple author's name and link:
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  1.     element = tab.find_element(locator.chrome.open.div_auther, {'index':index})
  2.     authers = element.children
  3.     for item in element.children:
  4.         artist.append(item.get_text())
  5.         link.append(item.get_property('href'))
For the full sample code, please refer to github repo
Aug 3 '22 #1
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veronicawright
3 New Member
To scrape a Spotify playlist using Clicknium, you can utilize its ability to dynamically load items through index iteration. Clicknium's feature to automatically scroll and load new items is particularly useful for this task. You can employ parametric locators for both the title and author fields. Since a single item may have multiple authors, the following code snippet can be used to extract multiple author names and their corresponding links:

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  1. element = tab.find_element(locator.chrome.open.div_author, {'index': index})
  2. authors = element.children
  3. for item in element.children:
  4.     artist.append(item.get_text())
  5.     link.append(item.get_property('href'))
For a comprehensive sample code, please refer to the GitHub repository. In relation to your query about downloading Spotify Premium IPA, please note that scraping Spotify or accessing premium features without a valid subscription is against their terms of service and could potentially be illegal. It's important to use technology responsibly and within the boundaries of applicable laws and regulations.
Oct 8 '23 #2
leckberg6
2 New Member
I want to toss a word of caution your way: scraping Spotify's data could be against their terms of service, so make sure you're clear on that before you proceed. Instead of scraping, you could consider looking into Spotify's API, which could offer a more legitimate way of gathering the information you need.
Oct 30 '23 #3
leckberg6
2 New Member
Since you're interested in Spotify, have you ever considered boosting your playlists or helping artists get more visibility? If so, you might want to buy spotify plays. It's a legit way to grow play counts and enhance Spotify metrics, especially if you're trying to break into the music scene or help someone else do so.
Nov 3 '23 #4
codiumltd
13 New Member
It appears that you're attempting to scrape a dynamic Spotify playlist using Clicknium and parametric locators for the title and author information. To extract multiple authors' names and links, you're looping through the elements and collecting the names and associated links. Handling multiple authors by iterating through the elements to retrieve text and links seems like a suitable approach.

For a more robust and efficient scraping solution, especially when dealing with dynamic content like Spotify playlists, it's essential to ensure your scraping tool or method can adapt to continuous loading of new items as the page scrolls. Using parametric locators and iterating through elements is a good start.

Regarding the specific code and its functionality, accessing the GitHub repository would be helpful to understand the comprehensive context and potentially provide more precise assistance.
Nov 6 '23 #5

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