Pipes helps with data

Get and manipulate data from the web by connecting blocks

Get Started

It's a good way to work with the web.

Get Started Quickly

You don't need programming experience to get good results.

Functions as Blocks

Blocks contain powerful logic to manipulate your data stream.

Stay Open

Profit from and support the open web, by consuming and producing open standards.

Build on Others

Share your pipe to help others, or fork existing pipes to get immediate results.

Three feed blocks connected to a combiner block, a filter block and then the output

A visual data manipulation interface

It works similarly to how Yahoo! Pipes worked. You get a canvas area and can place blocks on it. First you enter data, for example by pointing a block to an RSS feed. Then you connect that block to other blocks. This data then moves through your pipe, block by block, and each block can manipulate it. A simple example is combining multiple RSS feeds into one and filtering that combined data stream for a keyword.

Many data sources

Almost everything on the web can become the starting point of your pipe. You can fetch an RSS feed, scrape a HTML page, or use one of the specialised integration blocks.

A list of data source blocks placed on a canvas: Feed, Downloads, Webhooks and service specific blocks
A documentation webpage

Powerful function blocks

Whether you want to filter the data stream, combine feeds, extract parts of an XML file or do something else: With the provided selection of blocks and their documentation you can easily do the job.