webdriver_exporter - Probes a web page using the WebDriver protocol and exposes metrics for Prometheus such as Navigation Timings

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Probes a web page using the WebDriver protocol and exposes metrics for Prometheus such as Navigation Timings. This is alpha-quality code, without tests. Run it in Production at your own risk.

https://github.com/mattbostock/webdriver_exporter

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