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Robot Framework Browser library powered by Playwright.

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Robot Framework Browser library powered by Playwright. Moving browser automation to year 2021!

Aiming for 🚀 speed, ✅ reliability and 🔬 visibility.

See keyword documentation and web page for more details.

Installation instructions

Only Python 3.7 or newer is supported.

  1. Install node.js e.g. from https://nodejs.org/en/download/ (only < v15 supported; if unsure, use 14.15.0 LTS)
  2. Update pip pip install -U pip to ensure latest version is used
  3. Install robotframework-browser from the commandline: pip install robotframework-browser
  4. Install the node dependencies: run rfbrowser init in your shell
  • if rfbrowser is not found, try python -m Browser.entry init

Please note that by default Chromium, Firefox and WebKit browser are installed, even those would be already installed in the system. The installation size depends on the operating system, but usually is +700Mb. It is possible to skip browser binaries installation with rfbrowser init --skip-browsers command, but then user is responsible for browser binary installation.

Or use the docker images. Documented at atest/docker/README.md.

Update instructions

To upgrade your already installed robotframework-browser library

  1. Update from commandline: pip install -U robotframework-browser
  2. Install the node dependencies for the newly installed version: rfbrowser init

Examples

Testing with Robot Framework

*** Settings ***
Library   Browser

*** Test Cases ***
Example Test
    New Page    https://playwright.dev
    Get Text    h1    contains    Playwright

and testing with Python.

import Browser
browser = Browser.Browser()
browser.new_page("https://playwright.dev")
assert 'Playwright' in browser.get_text("h1")
browser.close_browser()

and extending with JavaScript

async function myGoToKeyword(page, args) {
  return await page.goto(args[0]);
}
exports.__esModule = true;
exports.myGoToKeyword = myGoToKeyword;
*** Settings ***
Library   Browser  jsextension=${CURDIR}/mymodule.js

*** Test Cases ***
Example Test
   New Page
   myGoToKeyword   https://www.robotframework.org

Ready made extensions and a place to share your own at robotframework-browser-extensions.

Ergonomic selector syntax, supports chaining of text, css and xpath selectors

# Select element containing text "Login" with text selector strategy 
# and select it's parent `input` element with xpath
Click    "Login" >> xpath=../input
# Select element with CSS strategy and select button in it with text strategy
Click    div.dialog >> "Ok"

Evaluate in browser page

New Page   ${LOGIN_URL}
${ref}=    Get Element    h1
Get Property    ${ref}    innerText    ==    Login Page
Execute JavaScript    (elem) => elem.innerText = "abc"    ${ref}
Get Property    ${ref}    innerText    ==    abc

Asynchronously waiting for HTTP requests and responses

# The button with id `delayed_request` fires a delayed request. We use a promise to capture it.
${promise}=    Promise To    Wait For Response    matcher=    timeout=3s
Click    \#delayed_request
${body}=    Wait For    ${promise}

Device Descriptors

${device}=  Get Device  iPhone X
New Context  &{device}
New Page
Get Viewport Size  # returns { "width": 375, "height": 812 }

Sending HTTP requests and parsing their responses

&{response}=    HTTP    /api/post    POST    {"name": "John"}
Should Be Equal    ${response.status}    ${200}

Development

See CONTRIBUTING.md for development instructions.

Core team

In order of appearance.

  • Mikko Korpela
  • Tatu Aalto
  • Janne Härkönen (Alumnus)
  • Kerkko Pelttari
  • René Rohner

Contributors

This project is community driven and becomes a reality only through the work of all the people who contribute. Supported by Robocorp through Robot Framework Foundation.


Mikko Korpela

💻

Tatu Aalto

💻

Antti Karjalainen

🔍

Ismo Aro

🔍

Janne Härkönen

💻

Kerkko Pelttari

💻

Robocorp

💵

René

💻

Bryan Oakley

🤔

Tanakiat Srisaranyakul

🤔

Maaret Pyhäjärvi

📓

Karlo Smid

📓

Frank Schimmel

📓

Christoph

⚠️

Mika Hänninen

💬

imbus

💵

Niklas

📖

gdroes

⚠️

Reaktor

💵

Adrian Yorke

📖 👀

Nanakawa

⚠️

Ed Manlove

📖

Brian Tsao

🐛 📓

charis

💻

s-galante

🐛

Simon Meggle

📓 🐛

Anna-Gunda

🐛

anton264

📓

emakaay

🐛

Nea Ohvo

🐛

Elout van Leeuwen

📖

LDerikx

📖

olga-

📖 🐛

Nicholas Bollweg

📖

Ville Salonen

🐛

Jani Mikkonen

🐛

Aleh Borysiewicz

🐛

Jürgen Knauth

🐛

dalaakso

🐛

msirkka

🤔

Ossi R.

💻

Adrian V.

💻 🐛 🤔

Sami Sallmén

🐛

Pekka Klärck

💻 🐛

Jani Palsamäki

🐛

AllanMedeiros

🐛

Emmanuel Alap

🐛

ankurbhalla-gmail

🤔

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