Captures a web page as a screenshot using Poltergeist, Capybara and PhantomJS. It can wait for elements and also dive into iframes, while the existing gems just wait for time or expect elements on the main window.
Download and install PhantomJS, add the directory containing the binary to your PATH.
smartshot gem to your Gemfile:
And then execute:
Or install it yourself as:
$ gem install smartshot
# Instantiate - additional "options" can be passed to Capybara fetcher = Smartshot::Screenshot.new(window_size: [800, 600]) # Simpler usage - you can now grab a screenshot of a page fetcher.take_screenshot! url: 'http://www.google.com', output: '/tmp/google.png' # More complex example # Let's take the screenshot only when some element (here a "div" # with class "embed") is present on an iframe which is inside two # other iframes - the iframes path to be followed by the bot # is defined by an array, where iframes can be defined by # index (0-based), name or id fetcher.take_screenshot! url: 'http://some.page.with/deep/iframes', output: '/tmp/screenshot.png', wait_for_element: 'div.embed', frames_path: [0, 'name-of-an-iframe-inside-the-first-iframe', 'id-of-an-iframe-inside-the-previous-one'] # It's also possible to just wait for some time (for example, 5 seconds) fetcher.take_screenshot! url: 'http://google.com', output: '/tmp/google.png', sleep: 5 # You can also wait for multiple elements instead of just one fetcher.take_screenshot! wait_for_element: ['p.first', 'div#container']
Besides the five custom options presented so far, it's possible to pass the same options accepted by Poltergeist's save screenshot method, for example:
fetcher.take_screenshot! url: 'http://google.com', output: '/tmp/google.png', full: false, selector: '#myDiv .my-class p'
- Fork it
- Create your feature branch (
git checkout -b my-new-feature)
- Commit your changes (
git commit -am 'Add some feature')
- Push to the branch (
git push origin my-new-feature)
- Create new Pull Request