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This page features a detailed documentation of all the APIs provided in AutoWWW.

First of all, you can use the complete python standard library that is packaged with a normal python 2.7 installation. Detailed usage of all the python APIs can be found here:

You can also find a nice python beginner-tutorial on that page that will help you with your first steps.

Beside these default python APIs, AutoWWW brings a few modules that make it possible to:

  • Interact with the browser (i.e. writing text in forms, submitting forms, clicking in the browser, evaluating custom JavaScript code in the page, etc.)
  • An interface to the 'tor' command line program which makes it very easy to set up a proxy for AutoWWW. Or even multiple proxies, where each AutoWWW tab uses a different proxy.
  • An interface to automatically solve captchas by interacting with This is a captcha trading service, where you can solve a few captchas when you have some free time and earn points for that. You can then use these points to let other users solve captchas for you in return. Note: You will need to register an account there in order to use their service.