Welcome back! This is the third post in the reverse engineering series. The first post was reverse engineering Soundcloud API and the second one was reverse engineering Facebook API to download public videos. In this post we will take a look at downloading private videos. We will reverse engineer the API calls made by Facebook and will try to figure out how we can download videos in the HD format (when available). Continue reading Reverse Engineering Facebook API: Private Video Downloader
In the last post we took a look at downloading songs from Soundcloud. In this post we will take a look at Facebook and how we can create a downloader for Facebook videos. It all started with me wanting to download a video from Facebook which I had the copyrights to. I wanted to automate the process so that I could download multiple videos with just one command. Continue reading Reverse Engineering Facebook: Public Video Downloader
Hi guys, in this post we will learn how to bypass downloading restrictions on Soundcloud. We will create a Python script which will allow us to download even those songs which are not enabled for downloading. We will work on this project in a step by step basis where we will tackle each problem as we encounter it. I will try to make it as universal in nature as possible so that you can follow this project even if Soundcloud has changed its website layout or the way it serves media files. So without any further ado let’s get started: Continue reading Reverse Engineering Soundcloud API
I hope you are all doing well! I am back with the a curation of the best articles, news and trending GitHub projects from February 2018. If you come across any articles, news, projects in March which you feel like should be a part of the next newsletter please reach out to me. I will love to add them to the list! Continue reading Monthly Roundup: February 2018
Hi guys! I hope you are all doing fine. I have started working on a small compilation of projects which you can do under 24 hours. I will be publishing these projects in the form of tutorials on my blog. This is the first project and I hope you will enjoy doing it. Keep these two things in mind: Continue reading Controlling Your System Using Alexa (Tutorial)
Hi everyone, I was recently contacted by the folks at DocRaptor telling me about their service so I decided to take it for a test drive and see for myself what it actually is.
This is not a programming or Python related post. This is more of my personal reflection on the year 2017. I decided to reflect and evaluate my year and see what I got done and what could have been better. Below I have listed some of the stuff which I was able to get done this year. Continue reading 2017 was good, 2018 will be even better