Basically what I want this program to do is,
Lets say a twitter account, every week, at a certain time, posts a link to a product for purchase.
For example, the twitter account, COOLSHIRTS, at 5 PM, every friday tweets this :
the coolshirt - new model shirt, available now -- www.coolshirt.com/shirt/buynow
Basically what I want the program to do is, to follow the twitter account and recognize any links with a specific keyword that gets posted.. because if not any link would be followed to the checkout page.
ok, so the next step, after the program recognizes the link, i want it to open chrome automatically, select my size, and automatically click add to cart, after that i want it to automatically fill out my credit card info and address info, and complete the purchase without me having to do anything.
The site i want it to work with does not have a captcha, in this case, its the nike website.
Basically, lets say i leave my house friday
I leave my computer running with the programming running
once the tweet is recognized by the program, for example, if 5 items are released, like cool shirt 1, cool shirt 2, cool shirt 3, cool shirt 4.. etc etc, I want to be able to just select cool shirt 1, by the program recognizing the keyword (WHICH I WANT TO BE ABLE TO CHANGE), "cool shirt 1", instead of opening and buying all 5 shirts.
"cool shirt #1, buy now www.link.com"
it would open chrome automatically AS SOON as that tweet is posted, or as quickly as possible, select the size XL, automatically hit add to cart, then fill out all my info in the second page, and finally hit, submit order.
Keep in mind that its only one twitter account, and one website which I want this to work for. Not a bunch, so once the program is made, all I would have to do is change the keyword which is recognized in the tweet, in case, many items are being released that night.
Program has to be able to recognize keywords, be able to change address info and credit card info as I choose, run on windows 8, and be working extremely fast. The program itself doesnt have to be anything fancy looking, a script window is fine. A CMD window is perfectly fine