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screenshotmachine-java

This demo shows how to call online screenshot machine API using java programming language.

Installation

First, you need to create a free/premium account at www.screenshotmachine.com website. After registration, you will see your customer key in your user profile. Also secret phrase is maintained here. Please, use secret phrase always, when your API calls are called from publicly available websites.

Set-up your customer key and secret phrase (if needed) in the script:

    String customerKey = "PUT_YOUR_CUSTOMER_KEY_HERE";
    String secretPhrase = "";//leave secret phrase empty, if not needed

Website screenshot API

Set additional options to fulfill your needs:

    Map<String, String> options = new HashMap<String, String>();
    // mandatory parameter
    options.put("url", "https://www.google.com");
    // all next parameters are optional, see our website screenshot API guide for more details
    options.put("dimension", "1366x768"); // or "1366xfull" for full length screenshot
    options.put("device", "desktop");
    options.put("format", "png");
    options.put("cacheLimit", "0");
    options.put("delay", "200");
    options.put("zoom", "100");

More info about options can be found in our Website screenshot API.

Sample code

    String customerKey = "PUT_YOUR_CUSTOMER_KEY_HERE";
    String secretPhrase = "";//leave secret phrase empty, if not needed

    ScreenshoMachine sm = new ScreenshoMachine(customerKey, secretPhrase);

    Map<String, String> options = new HashMap<String, String>();
    // mandatory parameter
    options.put("url", "https://www.google.com");
    // all next parameters are optional, see our website screenshot API guide for more details
    options.put("dimension", "1366x768"); // or "1366xfull" for full length screenshot
    options.put("device", "desktop");
    options.put("format", "png");
    options.put("cacheLimit", "0");
    options.put("delay", "200");
    options.put("zoom", "100");

    String apiUrl = sm.generateScreenshotApiUrl(options);
    // put link to your html code
    System.out.println(apiUrl);

Generated apiUrl link can be placed in <img> tag or used in your business logic later.

If you need to store captured screenshot as an image, just call:

    String apiUrl = sm.generateScreenshotApiUrl(options);

    // or save screenshot as an image
    URLConnection openConnection = new URL(apiUrl).openConnection();
    openConnection.addRequestProperty("User-Agent", "Mozilla/4.0");
    InputStream in = openConnection.getInputStream();
    String output = "out.png";
    Files.copy(in, Paths.get(output), StandardCopyOption.REPLACE_EXISTING);
    System.out.println("Screenshot saved as " + output);

Captured screenshot will be saved as out.png file in current directory.

Website to PDF API

Set the PDF options:

    Map options = new HashMap();
    // mandatory parameter
    options.put("url", "https://www.google.com");
    // all next parameters are optional, see our website to PDF API guide for more details
    options.put("paper", "letter");
    options.put("orientation", "portrait");
    options.put("media", "print");
    options.put("bg", "nobg");
    options.put("delay", "2000");
    options.put("scale", "50");

More info about options can be found in our Website to PDF API.

Sample code

    String customerKey = "PUT_YOUR_CUSTOMER_KEY_HERE";
    String secretPhrase = "";//leave secret phrase empty, if not needed

    ScreenshoMachine sm = new ScreenshoMachine(customerKey, secretPhrase);

    Map options = new HashMap();
    // mandatory parameter
    options.put("url", "https://www.google.com");
    // all next parameters are optional, see our website to PDF API guide for more details
    options.put("paper", "letter");
    options.put("orientation", "portrait");
    options.put("media", "print");
    options.put("bg", "nobg");
    options.put("delay", "2000");
    options.put("scale", "50");

    String pdfApiUrl = sm.generatePdfApiUrl(options);

    //save PDF file
    URLConnection openConnection = new URL(pdfApiUrl).openConnection();
    openConnection.addRequestProperty("User-Agent", "Mozilla/4.0");
    InputStream in = openConnection.getInputStream();
    String output = "out.pdf";
    Files.copy(in, Paths.get(output), StandardCopyOption.REPLACE_EXISTING);
    System.out.println("Pdf saved as " + output);

Captured PDF will be saved as out.pdf file in the current directory.

License

The MIT License (MIT)