Wight - Communicate with PhantomJS
Wight provides methods for operating PhantomJS from Perl, especially intended to be used testing web application.
This module is currently under development and interfaces are subject to change.
my $wight = Wight->new(%args);
%args accepts keys below:
Automatically runs PhantomJS and waits for it. Defaults to true, otherwise you will call
Specifies PhantomJS command. Defaults to 'phantomjs'.
Supply browser cookies.
Every method croaks if the operation failed.
Opens a web page.
Finds a node within current page and returns a (list of) Wight::Node.
Renders current page to local file.
Set request headers.
Every method croaks if the operation was failed.
Forks and runs specified PSGI application. Sets its
base_url to "http://localhost:$port/".
Starts PhantomJS and waits for communication established. After this, you can call BROWSER METHODS above.
This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.
Copyright (c) 2011 Jonathan Leighton
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