I need to put all the files' names (in my case, the files all are jpg images) from a website's specified directory into a text file as lines.
I don't know how to do this, as HTTPWebRequest and HTTPWebResponse aren't what I need (I actually have never used them, but it was the only thing I could find some information about).
Could you give me some suggestions about how to do it?
To be more specific, the urls are all like
(yeah, these are comic books covers).
Assuming that I always know what the folder I'm interested in is (which is true), of course the only thing that changes is the name of the file itself.
I've been given a suggestion to use the Bing API, but it should also be noted that I'm only interested to the files in that specific folder, and not all the similar stuff that a search using the Bing API could bring up.
Maybe I'm wrong about it, but the best thing I can think to use it would be to use request.Query="marvel solicitations site:comicbookresources.com", which would bring up an awful lot of unwated results. Also, I don't quite understand the differences between JSON, XML and SOAP implementations, but if the Bing API isn't the solution tha in your opinion suits me best, then I'm not interested :D
Thanks in advance.