The library, eschewing unstable and nascent ECMAScript features, plays nicely with most headless browsers. This demo shows a few common headless scenarios.
This was tested in PhantomJS 2.1.1, installed using the node module:
$ npm install -g phantomjs $ phantomjs phantomjs.js
This was tested in puppeteer 0.9.0 (Chromium revision 494755) and
$ npm install puppeteer $ node puppeteer.js $ npm install -g chromeless $ node chromeless.js
Since the main process is node, the read and write features should be placed in
the webpage. The
dist versions are suitable for web pages.
This was tested in wkhtmltopdf 0.12.4, installed using the official binaries:
This was tested in SlimerJS 0.10.3 and FF 52.0, installed using
brew on OSX:
$ brew install slimerjs $ slimerjs slimerjs.js