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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.

hindsight - Internet history forensics for Google Chrome/Chromium

  •    Python

Hindsight is a free tool for analyzing web artifacts. It started with the browsing history of the Google Chrome web browser and has expanded to support other Chromium-based applications (with more to come!). Hindsight can parse a number of different types of web artifacts, including URLs, download history, cache records, bookmarks, autofill records, saved passwords, preferences, browser extensions, HTTP cookies, and Local Storage records (HTML5 cookies). Once the data is extracted from each file, it is correlated with data from other history files and placed in a timeline. The only field you are required to complete is "Profile Path". This is the location of the Chrome profile you want to analyze (the default profile paths for different OSes is listed at the bottom of this page). Click "Run" and you'll be taken to the results page in where you can save the results to a spreadsheet (or other formats).

chromote - Simple wrapper to drive Google Chrome from Python

  •    Python

Note: Google Chrome needs starting with the --remote-debugging-port=<PORT> option to be controlled remotely. The remote debugging port binds to localhost only so using chromote with a remote machine like a dashboard/kiosk setup will require tunneling to the machine first.

ChromeREPL - A Sublime Text plugin to execute JavaScript in Google Chrome

  •    Python

A SublimeText 3 Plugin to use Chrome as your REPL. Because Chrome ain't no text editor. Anything longer than a line is a pain, and so is recalling what you typed earlier.




chromewhip - Scriptable Google Chrome™ as a HTTP service + asyncio driver

  •    Python

Chromewhip is an easily deployable service that runs headless Chrome process wrapped with an HTTP API. Inspired by the splash project, we aim to provide a drop-in replacement for the splash service by adhering to their documented API. It is currently in early alpha and still being heavily developed. Please use the issue tracker to track the progress towards beta. For now, the required milestone can be summarised as implementing the entire Splash API.