00:33 What I'm going to do, I'm going to leverage a project called "Nightmare," which is a wrapper around PhantomJS, which is a headless browser, meaning, it doesn't have any UI.
01:01 Then, I just create a new Nightmare, and then leverage the Nightmare API to achieve what I want to achieve. To scrape the temperature from weather.com, I'll just say, "Go to." Then, I'll chain on an evaluate, and then basically, tell that to execute with a run.
01:20 I want to go to weather.com. Evaluate is going to take two functions, the first one being in the scope of the browser so I can actually access the document here. The second function is going to handle the result that I return from that scope of the browser.
01:45 What I mean by that is if I return document query selector, my query is just going to be temperature. I'll grab the inner text. This is going to return, and then, pass that in as an argument here, which I'll just call temperature and then log out temperature.
02:12 I'll go ahead and run this. This will take a while, but it logs out 76 degrees. Nightmare is not doing anything too fancy for us. It's just giving us a convenient API or way to work with PhantomJS, where we go to a URL, we evaluate what's actually in the browser.
02:31 Inside this function, we have the browser scope. Then in the second function, we can take what we return from this first one, and we're back into the scope of Node. Then, we run it.