Capture provides a quick, dirty, and scriptable way to screenshot a collection of URLs with a given set of WebKit contexts (where a context i a screen size + user agent). Use it to get a rough idea of how your device-targeted web site looks on (say) desktop Safari, an iPad, a Nexus One, and a BlackBerry 9900.
While the underlying rendering engine is a generic brand of WebKit, Capture can be useful as a check for general styling and features, especially for sites utilizing server-side device detection such as WURFL.
Now compatible with Phantom 1.2:
PhantomJS 1.2 was released on June 21, 2011. It is a major update, it introduces a whole set of new API. It is not compatible with the previous version. For porting existing scripts into the new API, follow the description below.
For PhantomJS 1.0 support (deprecated), see the phantom-1.0 branch.
Update the "user configuration" in capture.js as needed.
Screenshot yahoo and google:
phantomjs capture.js http://yahoo.com http://google.com
Turn on logging from the web page:
phantomjs capture.js http://yahoo.com --capture:logging=true
Phantomjs 1.2's sandboxing appears to have removed the ability to set a document cookie. A patch in master should provide alternate cookie-setting functionality