Project Objective: To purchase an item from an online site, as quick as possible, such as a bot. You could import a link into the program, of a list of filtered items, ranging from price range A - B, and being ordered by lowest price. I want the program to detect when an item of this list, is being listed at a price of my set value, or less. (So if items range from $50 - $200, the program detects when an item is listed at, say $10.) Once the item is detected, it select the item, and purchases the item. To purchase the item, it uses funds that are linked with the website, not through a credit card or Paypal. Assume these funds are already supplied on the site. Purchasing the item, consists of checking a box, and clicking a button. The items being displayed auto-fresh on the website, when a new listing is added that is lower than the current lowest price.
I was told that the best way to accomplish this, would be to have the web-browser run internally within a program. Rather then having a program run on-top of a web-browser. I was also told that this could be coded through any language that deals with form applications. I do not have any preference in what language it's coded in, just that it operates efficiently, and quickly, as time is a factor when purchasing.
Hi, I\\\'m professional developer with years of experience in web automation tools and embedded browsers. Can you share more information about site and purchase process you want to automate?
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I have read your requirement and I know I can do it for you in the best. I can show you a demo bot before we proceed the project. Please contact me then we will discuss about the demo bot.
Sir, I am expert in C#,.NET programming. I have made several Desktop Applications like School, Gold Loan, Hospital. I would like to work for you on this project. Thanks Simon K Joshua
Hi, I´m Systems Engineer and Senior Developer .NET /SQL. Skills: 9 years .NET 14 years SQL Server 4 years PHP, mySQL. 1 year JAVA / Oracle. I´m looking for your answer.