Tag: headless

Headless Selenium Testing with Chrome Headless

Since Chrome 60, there’s an option to make Chrome run in headless mode. Headless mode means Chrome does not need to start up a User Interface (Window/GUI), it simply runs without any visualisation. This also means that the browser starts up way faster than it normally would and that it runs much faster too. Even though running tests in a…

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PhantomJS headless testing with Selenium WebDriver and TestingBot

Today we have added PhantomJS to our Linux VMs on our Selenium Grid. You can now run your WebDriver tests on PhantomJS + Ubuntu. PhantomJS is a headless WebKit solution which is very fast, it does not suffer from slow browser startup times or other issues you might encounter with browsers. Together with Ivan De Marino’s GhostDriver, we can now…

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