traffic

Web automation DSL using selenium backend.

PackageTraffic
Description Browser automation tool for testing and scraping.
Node Version >= 0.6

This is still pretty rough around the edges, but it shows that client side code can be executed in an asyncronous fashion, with a callback being triggered server side. Sugary syntax is coming soon.

should = require 'should'
van = new (require 'traffic')
 
http.createServer((req, res) -> res.end '<p id="message">hello</p>').listen 4042, ->
  van.start 8084, ->
    van.load 'http://localhost:4042', ->
 
      van.drive ((next) ->
        next null, $('#message').text() # executed client side
      ), (err, data) ->
        data.should.equal 'hello'

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