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Watch Me Code, Episode 8 [Video]

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Watch Me Code, Episode 8 [Video]

This live coding Jenkins pipeline series continues by implementing HTML scraping methods to list branches and tags and resolve the latest revision of a tag/branch.

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In Episode 7 of "Watch Me Code," we parsed some dates by scraping HTML, not content with just scraping a date, we continue scraping more details from various HTML pages in the GitWeb view.


This episode starts with some explanation as to how we can safely assume the RFC 2822 date format from Episode 7. After that, we proceed to implement the HTML scraping methods required to list the branches and tags and to resolve the latest revision of a tag/branch.

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