This is a set of R Bindings for Selenium 2.0 Remote WebDriver, which you can download from http://selenium-release.storage.googleapis.com/index.html. This binding will not work with the 1.0 version of Selenium.
RSelenium from CRAN, run:
To install the development version from GitHub, run:
# install.packages("remotes") remotes::install_github("ropensci/RSelenium")
To get started using
RSelenium you can look at the introduction vignette located in
RSelenium is installed or run
vignette("basics", package = "RSelenium")
or the basic vignette can be viewed here.
There is a second vignette dealing with running RSelenium on different browsers/OS locally and remotely which can be viewed at Driving OS/Browsers Local and Remote.
- Driving OS/Browsers Local and Remote
Testing Shiny Apps
- Consider using RStudio’s shinytest package for testing Shiny apps.
- Internet Explorer 11 has retired as of June 15, 2022.
Use Sauce Labs and BrowserStack
user <- "rselenium0" pass <- "*******************************" port <- 80 ip <- paste0(user, ':', pass, "@ondemand.saucelabs.com") browser <- "firefox" version <- "25" platform <- "OS X 10.9" extraCapabilities <- list( name = "Test RSelenium", username = user, accessKey = pass ) remDr <- remoteDriver$new( remoteServerAddr = ip, port = port, browserName = browser, version = version, platform = platform, extraCapabilities = extraCapabilities )
user <- "johnharrison" pass <- "*******************" port <- 80 ip <- paste0(user, ':', pass, "@hub.browserstack.com") extraCapabilities <- list( "browser" = "IE", "browser_version" = "7.0", "os" = "Windows", "os_version" = "XP", "browserstack.debug" = "true" ) remDr <- remoteDriver$new( remoteServerAddr = ip, port = port, extraCapabilities = extraCapabilities )
- chromote: An R implementation of the Chrome DevTools Protocol. It works with Chrome, Chromium, Opera, Vivaldi, and other browsers based on Chromium.
shinytest: For automated testing of Shiny applications, using a headless browser, driven through
webdriver: A client for the ‘WebDriver API’. It allows driving a (probably headless) web browser, and can be used to test web applications, including
Shinyapps. In theory it works with any ‘WebDriver’ implementation, but it was only tested with ‘PhantomJS’.
seleniumPipes: A lightweight implementation of the w3c webdriver specification. It has been built utilising
magrittrso provides an alternative for users who are familiar with piping.
- rwebdriver: R bindings to the Webdriver API
- rdom: Render and parse the DOM from R via phantomjs.
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