Articles tagged 'Parsing Engine'

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Add custom values to result with Static Fields

You can now assign custom values to any field by using the new Static Fields feature. This is useful if you need to set a value in your parsed result that cannot be found in your document (like an ID or a Category). Then, use this value later in your …

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August 2019: Address parser, Feedback page, Master mailbox

Here are the latest updates from Parseur email parsing service for this cool August (for us in the southern hemisphere). New: Address field for parsing addresses You can now capture a full address as a field and let Parseur automatically extract street, city, state, zip, country etc. It can also …

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June 2019: name parser, mailbox type, improved webhooks

Here is what we've been working on at Parseur since last month. New: Name parser and normalizer At Parseur, we often get questions about splitting a person's name into first, middle and last names. Parsing people's names can be complex. Names can have a title (Mr. Ms., Dr., etc), some …

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May 2019: new website and more!

We're back publishing our updates on the blog! For the past year or so we shared most updates via our newsletter. We felt we should go back publishing updates on our Blog as well, especially now that we have a brand new website! New: brand new website After more than …

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Parsing HTML with regular expressions for fun and profit

You shan't use Regexp for HTML parsing It's well-known that parsing HTML with regular expressions will quickly lead you to failure and madness. This was beautifully explained in this Stack Overflow answer. That's because HTML has a context (basically which tag or attribute you're in) whereas regular expressions can't handle …