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rog - Retrieve open graph data from passing URL.

  •    Javascript

Retrieve open graph data from passing URL. Install rog and its plugins.

opengraphjs - Parse shareable metadata from webpages using the open graph protocol.

  •    Javascript

OpenGraphJS builds a JSON object from a web page which follows the Open Graph Protocol. The JavaScript object returned by this library contains important metadata such as the description, image, and title.

meta-extractor - Super simple and fast html page meta data extractor with low memory footprint

  •    Javascript

Super simple and fast meta data extractor with low memory footprint. If no callback provided returns a Promise.

metaget - A Node.js module to fetch HTML meta tags (including Open Graph) from a remote URL

  •    Javascript

It's possible to set any HTTP headers in the request. This can be done by specifying them as options in the call. If no options are provided the only default header is a User-Agent of "request". The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all copies or substantial portions of the Software.




SUq - A nodejs Scraping Utility for lazy people. MIT Licensed

  •    Javascript

Here's a simple node module that will allow you to asynchronously scrape opengraph tags, microformats, microdata, header tags, images, classic meta, and whatever else you want with minimal effort. You can output the scraped data in the command line, or you can output scraped data as a JSON object. If you don't want the scraped data yet, and still want to fine tune and grab more data from the html, no problem. You can extend suq as much as you want, it doesn't care. Scrape a website and output the data to command line.

ember-meta - Setup meta for your Prember/Ember blog to support opengraph, microdata, Facebook, Twitter, Slack etc

  •    Javascript

ember-meta is built and maintained by Ship Shape. Contact us for Ember.js consulting, development, and training for your project. Setup meta for your Prember/Ember blog to support opengraph, microdata, Facebook, Twitter, Slack etc.