cURL (Client URL Request Library) is a library that enables developers to access and transfer data from websites, utilizing various methods such as GET, POST, FTP, and more. It is a powerful tool used primarily but not exclusively in web development. Users can even use cURL to send emails and upload files. It is the ultimate go-to for any data retrieval and manipulation tasks.
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- Scrape products from specific sites like G2A.com
- Develop single pages with POSTing API payloads
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