This is a repost of our project. Last time, the provider wrote a good program. But it is still not enough for our task. I paid him and left nice feedback.
Our project looks similar with other projects on this site. We are different buyers. I searched by [url removed, login to view] and found this website. Bidders with positive feedback are welcome.
What we want is small software to search our expected item on a web page ([url removed, login to view];cs=22&l=en&s=dfh). That webpage is an inventory webpage and Dell updates that page frequently. So, the expected software should get information from that page frequently on a Win XP Home system (We prefer IE).
Please go to web page ([url removed, login to view];cs=22&l=en&s=dfh). On that page, disable "Scratch & Dent", MANUALLY select “Ispiron Laptops ” in dropdown menu “Stockroom” and “Ispiron 600m” in dropdown menu “Model”. Then click the “Price” button; items will be sorted by price.
And then, the expected software should do these:
Operator should be allowed to input option for “stock room”, “model” and a expected price, for example $500. This software should get price information from that page at an AJUSTABLE frequency (for example, every 100ms). If software find an item (or items) is below $500. This software should “select” that item and “Add to Cart”, and then click “Add/View Cart” button. Operator should be able to find that item in cart ( I think a IE window with that item in cart should jumps out).Then, the software should give out a significant SOUND alert and stop.
We don’t suggest multi request at same time since Dell will block it. We need a VERY AGGRESSIVE program. Since there are a lot of programs are running to grab item on that page. My program should be aggressive enough to compete with other programs.
Before place bid, please do all steps by your hand. Just use "F5" button to refresh page. And select any item as expected item and add it to the cart. Also, only "Dimension desktops" and "Ispiron Laptops" are expected. We don't care other productions.
The expected software is required to run on Windows XP Home version, with IE as default browser (Firefox is also acceptable).