Website Downloader

Download source code from any website

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#4 Product of the WeekAugust 08, 2016
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  • Andrew JareckiDesigner & Illustrator
    Pros: 

    It does indeed download website files

    Cons: 

    Zero support and crappy billing

    Starting to think this is a scam. These people stopped responding to my support requests a long time ago (paying user). I have a recurring payment with them that I don't know how to turn off. Be warned

    Andrew Jarecki has used this product for one year.
  • Pros: 

    Great Application nice UI and well structured output

    Cons: 

    No contact / support

    I am having an issue with downloading i purchased a year membership but am regularly getting prompted to pay or simply unable to get past the download spinning icon.

    Alexander S Fratley has used this product for one year.

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Christopher Su@nitrogen · UW CSE. Formerly Google, Msft, Cisco.
So it does "wget -r" for you?
Henrik HarjuMaker@henrikharju
@nitrogen It's wget with a ton of options and a special twist.
Harri HeljalaMaker@harzzn
@henrikharju @nitrogen plus you'll get a preview straight in your browser which is delivered over a fast fiber network
jari@jarizwarts · Frontend @ Oberon.nl
@henrikharju Care enlightening us on what the 'twist' might be? Not much of an argument...
Harri HeljalaMaker@harzzn
@jarizwarts @henrikharju mainly using the right options based on our extensive experience, following redirects and fixing some other shortcomings you might usually run in to
Christopher Su@nitrogen · UW CSE. Formerly Google, Msft, Cisco.
@harzzn @henrikharju does your "fast fiber network" really matter if the download is bottlenecked by the user's bandwidth anyways?
Josef Novak@josefnovakweb · Web developer
I don't like to share my email address to get some results. Sorry ;)
Harri HeljalaMaker@harzzn
@josefnovakweb thanks for the feedback, we use the email to send you a download link if it's a larger website that takes more time to download
Lei Xu@leixusam
@josefnovakweb Ditto - I got stopped by the tweet to download screen
Arun Pattnaik@arunpattnaik · UX'er for web startups, maker of things.
Matthew Boyle@matthewboyle25 · Matt
@josefnovakweb have you ever heard of a throwaway email address?
Josh Lewis!@joshlewis
@leixusam @josefnovakweb Tweet to download?! Seriously?
Tiago Batitucci Ferreira@tiago_batitucci · Head of Ecommerce & Multichannel
Not cool! "Sorry, this is a very big website. Please reply to this e-mail and we will set up a paid custom download job for your website http://www. (starting from $300)"
@tiago_batitucci Joke or did that actually happen? O_O
Tiago Batitucci Ferreira@tiago_batitucci · Head of Ecommerce & Multichannel
@kaska Yes, It actually happened... Shame :(
Andrei Oprisan@andreioprisan · VP Technology at Liberty Mutual
@tiago_batitucci pics or it didn't happen :)
Vahagn Mkrtchian@icyber0n · Neurotic Perfectionist
Alice Thwaite@alicelthwaite · Founder, Hattusia & Echo Chamber Club
@tiago_batitucci I got this happening to me too.
NiTish Dhir@dhirnitish · Web Developer
I already use this (https://www.httrack.com/page/1/e...). It actually does more than a decent job and has a lot of options. How would i compare your tool to this one ?
Harri HeljalaMaker@harzzn
@dhirnitish thanks for trying us out, I would say if you are looking for a fast, easy-to-use alternative which requires you to download no software, that's us :) we also make sure the output is well structured and are constantly improving the results
likethefuture@likethefuture_
@dhirnitish Httrack.com is also my preferred method. It's a tiny download also. No email required so ...
Henrik HarjuMaker@henrikharju
We've ran out of space since there's a preview that we host due to PH traffic. Hang on will be fixed soon.
Harri HeljalaMaker@harzzn
@henrikharju Should be all sorted now! \o/\o/