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chromeless - ๐Ÿ–ฅ Chrome automation made simple. Runs locally or headless on AWS Lambda.

  •    TypeScript

You can try out Chromeless and explore the API in the browser-based demo playground (source).With Chromeless you can control Chrome (open website, click elements, fill out forms...) using an elegant API. This is useful for integration tests or any other scenario where you'd need to script a real browser.

bookmark-archiver - ๐Ÿ—„ 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.

puppeteer - Headless Chrome Node API

  •    Javascript

Puppeteer is a Node library which provides a high-level API to control headless Chrome or Chromium over the DevTools Protocol. It can also be configured to use full (non-headless) Chrome or Chromium. Note: When you install Puppeteer, it downloads a recent version of Chromium (~170Mb Mac, ~282Mb Linux, ~280Mb Win) that is guaranteed to work with the API. To skip the download, see Environment variables.

rendertron - A dockerized, headless Chrome rendering solution

  •    Javascript

Rendertron is a dockerized, headless Chrome rendering solution designed to render & serialise web pages on the fly. Rendertron is designed to enable your Progressive Web App (PWA) to serve the correct content to any bot that doesn't render or execute JavaScript. Rendertron runs as a standalone HTTP server. Rendertron renders requested pages using Headless Chrome, auto-detecting when your PWA has completed loading and serializes the response back to the original request. To use Rendertron, your application configures middleware to determine whether to proxy a request to Rendertron. Rendertron is compatible with all client side technologies, including web components.




chromeless - ๐Ÿ–ฅ Chrome automation made simple. Runs locally or headless on AWS Lambda.

  •    TypeScript

You can try out Chromeless and explore the API in the browser-based demo playground (source). With Chromeless you can control Chrome (open website, click elements, fill out forms...) using an elegant API. This is useful for integration tests or any other scenario where you'd need to script a real browser.

nightmare - A high-level browser automation library.

  •    Javascript

Nightmare is a high-level browser automation library from Segment. The goal is to expose a few simple methods that mimic user actions (like goto, type and click), with an API that feels synchronous for each block of scripting, rather than deeply nested callbacks. It was originally designed for automating tasks across sites that don't have APIs, but is most often used for UI testing and crawling.

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.

pyppeteer - Headless chrome/chromium automation library (unofficial port of puppeteer)

  •    Python

Unofficial Python port of puppeteer JavaScript (headless) chrome/chromium browser automation library. Note: When you run pyppeteer first time, it downloads a recent version of Chromium (~100MB). If you don't prefer this behavior, run pyppeteer-install command before running scripts which uses pyppeteer.


lighthousebot - Run Lighthouse in CI, as a web service, using Docker. Pass/Fail GH pull requests.

  •    Javascript

This repo contains the frontend and backend for running Lighthouse in CI and integration with Github Pull Requests. An example web service is hosted for demo purposes. Note: This repo was previously named "lighthouse-ci".

serverless-chrome - ๐ŸŒ 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.

navalia - A bullet-proof, fast, and reliable headless browser API

  •    TypeScript

The bullet-proof, fast, and most feature-rich Chrome driver around. Navalia lets you interact with Chrome and run parallel work with ease. Not using JavaScript? There's a GraphQL server that you can use to communicate with over HTTP allowing any runtime to drive Chrome. Simply run navalia with a specified port e.g.

pdf-bot - ๐Ÿค– 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.

lighthouse-ci - Run Lighthouse in CI using Docker

  •    Javascript

This repo contains the frontend and backend for the Lighthouse CI server. Please note: This drop in service is considered Beta. There are no SLAs or uptime guarantees. If you're interested in running your own CI server in a Docker container, check out Running your own CI server.

taiko - A node.js library to automate chrome/chromium browser

  •    Javascript

Taiko is a free and open source browser automation tool built by the team behind Gauge from ThoughtWorks. Taiko is a node library with a clear and concise API to automate the chrome browser. Tests written in Taiko are highly readable and maintainable. Taiko’s smart selectors make tests reliable by adapting to changes in the structure of your web application. With Taiko there’s no need for id/css/xpath selectors or adding explicit waits (for XHR requests) in test scripts.

html-pdf-chrome - HTML to PDF converter via Chrome/Chromium

  •    TypeScript

HTML to PDF converter via Chrome/Chromium. Note: It is strongly recommended that you keep Chrome running side-by-side with Node.js. There is significant overhead starting up Chrome for each PDF generation which can be easily avoided.

try-puppeteer - Run Puppeteer code in the cloud

  •    Javascript

Run Puppeteer scripts in the cloud. The backend is a Docker container which installs the latest Chrome package that works with Puppeteer on Linux.

chrome-headless-browser-docker - Continuously building Chrome Docker image for Linux.

  •    Shell

This repository contains three docker builds. This docker image contains the Linux Dev channel Chromium (https://www.chromium.org/getting-involved/dev-channel), with the required dependencies and the command line argument running headless mode provided.

puphpeteer - A Puppeteer bridge for PHP, supporting the entire API.

  •    PHP

A Puppeteer bridge for PHP, supporting the entire API. Based on Rialto, a package to manage Node resources from PHP. This package requires PHP >= 7.1 and Node >= 8.

awesome-puppeteer - A curated list of awesome puppeteer resources.

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A curated list of awesome puppeteer resources for controlling headless Chrome (or Chromium) over the DevTools Protocol. Contributions welcome! Please read the contributing guideline first.





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