SiteCrawl is a Metasearch Engine that was developed as part of a software engineering project for the Master's Degree in Computer Science at University College, Dublin during the summer of 2013.
SiteCrawl is a search engine that takes your query and returns a list of documents intended to satisfy your information needs. It is of the metasearch class, which means that it uses three underlying search engines and creates a list of the best results from all three. The idea is that the results returned would be better than any single search engine on its own. SiteCrawl is intended to have the following general features:
To use SiteCrawl just enter your query and hit the search button. For advanced users you have the option for viewing the results as:
For a detailed description of these display features and other complex search features see the help section here.
SiteCrawl has a number of features of interest to software developers: