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bookmark-archiver - 🗄 Save an archived copy of all websites starred using Pocket/Pinboard/Bookmarks

  •    Python

Save an archived copy of all websites you bookmark (the actual content of each site, not just the list of bookmarks).Outputs browsable static html archives of each site, a PDF, a screenshot, and a link to a copy on archive.org, all indexed with nice html & json files.

browser-perf - Performance Metrics for Web Browsers

  •    Javascript

Read more on why browser-perf here. Please see the wiki pages for more information. You can find information about supported browsers, getting started, command line usage, reference for the Node API etc.

Surfingkeys - Map your keys for web surfing, expand your browser with javascript and keyboard.

  •    Javascript

Surfingkeys is another Chrome/Firefox extension that provides keyboard-based navigation and control of the web in the spirit of the VIM editor. But it's not for VIM users only, it's for anyone who just needs some more shortcuts to his own functions. Reference for editing your own settings.

gallium - Build desktop applications in Go and HTML.

  •    Go

Write desktop applications in Go, HTML, Javascript, and CSS. Gallium is a Go library for managing windows, menus, dock icons, and desktop notifications. Each window contains a webview component, in which you code your UI in HTML. Under the hood, the webview is running Chromium.




uBlock - uBlock Origin - An efficient blocker for Chromium and Firefox. Fast and lean.

  •    Javascript

pronounced you-block origin (/ˈjuːˌblɒk/) — you decide what enters your browser. English, Chinese (中文), Korean (한국어), Português (Brasil) BEWARE! uBlock Origin is (and has always been) COMPLETELY UNRELATED to the web site ublock.org. An efficient blocker add-on for various browsers. Fast, potent, and lean.

ungoogled-chromium - Modifications to Google Chromium for removing Google integration and enhancing privacy, control, and transparency

  •    Python

A number of features or background services communicate with Google servers despite the absence of an associated Google account or compiled-in Google API keys. Furthermore, the normal build process for Chromium involves running Google's own high-level commands that invoke many scripts and utilities, some of which download and use pre-built binaries provided by Google. Even the final build output includes some pre-built binaries. Fortunately, the source code is available for everything. ungoogled-chromium should not be considered a fork of Chromium. The main reason for this is that a fork is associated with more significant deviations from the Chromium, such as branding, configuration formats, file locations, and other interface changes. ungoogled-chromium will not modify the Chromium browser outside of the project's goals.

devtools-frontend - The Chrome DevTools UI

  •    Javascript

The client-side of the Chrome DevTools, including all JS & CSS to run the DevTools webapp. It is available on NPM as the chrome-devtools-frontend package. It's not currently available via CJS or ES2015 modules, so consuming this package in other tools may require some effort.

devtron - An Electron DevTools Extension

  •    Javascript

An Electron DevTools extension to help you inspect, monitor, and debug your app. You should then see a Devtron tab added.


miniblink49 - 一个小巧、轻量的浏览器内核,用来取代wke和libcef

  •    C++

miniblink is a open source, one file, small browser widget base on chromium. By using C interface, you can create a browser just some line code.

headless-chrome-crawler - Distributed crawler powered by Headless Chrome

  •    Javascript

Crawlers based on simple requests to HTML files are generally fast. However, it sometimes ends up capturing empty bodies, especially when the websites are built on such modern frontend frameworks as AngularJS, React and Vue.js. Note: headless-chrome-crawler contains Puppeteer. During installation, it automatically downloads a recent version of Chromium. To skip the download, see Environment variables.

ember-electron - :zap: Build, test, compile and package desktop apps with Ember and Electron

  •    Javascript

An Ember addon to turn Ember apps into cross-platform desktop applications, taking care of development, tests, compilation, and installer creation. To see a real world example, check out Ghost Desktop.

serverless-chrome - 🌐 Run headless Chrome/Chromium on AWS Lambda (maybe Azure, & GCP later)

  •    Javascript

Serverless Chrome contains everything you need to get started running headless Chrome on AWS Lambda (possibly Azure and GCP Functions soon). Why? Because it's neat. It also opens up interesting possibilities for using the Chrome DevTools Protocol (and tools like Chromeless or Puppeteer) in serverless architectures and doing testing/CI, web-scraping, pre-rendering, etc.

ReLaXed - Create PDF documents using web technologies

  •    Javascript

ReLaXed creates PDF documents interactively using HTML or Pug (a shorthand for HTML). It allows complex layouts to be defined with CSS and JavaScript, while writing the content in a friendly, minimal syntax close to Markdown or LaTeX. ReLaXed has support for Markdown, LaTeX-style mathematical equations (via MathJax), CSV conversion to HTML tables, plot generation (via Vega-Lite or Chart.js), and diagram generation (via mermaid). Many more features can be added simply by importing an existing JavaScript or CSS framework.

Chromely - Lightweight Alternative to Electron for .NET/.NET Core HTML5 Desktop Apps

  •    CSharp

Chromely is a lightweight alternative to Electron.NET, Electron for .NET/.NET Core developers. Chromely is a .NET/.NET Core HTML5 Chromium desktop framework. It is focused on building apps based on Xilium.CefGlue, CefSharp implementations of embedded Chromium (Cef) without WinForms or WPF. Chromely uses Windows and Linux native GUI API as "thin" chromium hosts. It can be extended to use WinForms or WPF.

pdf-bot - 🤖 A Node queue API for generating PDFs using headless Chrome

  •    Javascript

Easily create a microservice for generating PDFs using headless Chrome. pdf-bot is installed on a server and will receive URLs to turn into PDFs through its API or CLI. pdf-bot will manage a queue of PDF jobs. Once a PDF job has run it will notify you using a webhook so you can fetch the API. pdf-bot supports storing PDFs on S3 out of the box. Failed PDF generations and Webhook pings will be retried after a configurable decaying schedule.

Neutronium - Build .NET desktop applications using HTML, CSS and javascript

  •    CSharp

Neutronium is a library to create .NET desktop applications using HTML, CSS and javascript.Neutronium uses MVVM pattern exactly the same way as WPF application.

Iridium Browser - A browser securing your privacy. That’s it.

  •    C

Iridium is a free, open, and libre browser modification of the Chromium code base, with privacy being enhanced in several key areas. Automatic transmission of partial queries, keywords, metrics to central services inhibited and only occurs with consent. In addition, all our builds are reproducible, and modifications are auditable, setting the project ahead of other secure browser providers.

hihat - :tophat: local Node/Browser development with Chrome DevTools

  •    Javascript

Runs a source file in a Chrome DevTools process. Saving the file will reload the tab.This is useful for locally unit testing browser code with the full range of Web APIs (WebGL, WebAudio, etc). It provides access to profiling, debugger statements, network requests, and so forth.

tabby - a browser with almost no UI

  •    Javascript

Minimal Chromium based browser with almost no UI, relies on keyboard shortcuts.Download it here.

CEF4Delphi - CEF4Delphi is an open source project to embed Chromium-based browsers in applications made with Delphi or Lazarus/FPC

  •    Pascal

CEF4Delphi is an open source project created by Salvador Díaz Fau to embed Chromium-based browsers in applications made with Delphi or Lazarus/FPC. CEF4Delphi is based on DCEF3, made by Henri Gourvest. The original license of DCEF3 still applies to CEF4Delphi. Read the license terms in the first lines of any *.pas file.





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