Source code for selenium.webdriver.chrome.webdriver

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import warnings

from selenium.webdriver.remote.webdriver import WebDriver as RemoteWebDriver
from .remote_connection import ChromeRemoteConnection
from .service import Service
from .options import Options


[docs]class WebDriver(RemoteWebDriver): """ Controls the ChromeDriver and allows you to drive the browser. You will need to download the ChromeDriver executable from http://chromedriver.storage.googleapis.com/index.html """ def __init__(self, executable_path="chromedriver", port=0, options=None, service_args=None, desired_capabilities=None, service_log_path=None, chrome_options=None): """ Creates a new instance of the chrome driver. Starts the service and then creates new instance of chrome driver. :Args: - executable_path - path to the executable. If the default is used it assumes the executable is in the $PATH - port - port you would like the service to run, if left as 0, a free port will be found. - desired_capabilities: Dictionary object with non-browser specific capabilities only, such as "proxy" or "loggingPref". - options: this takes an instance of ChromeOptions """ if chrome_options: warnings.warn('use options instead of chrome_options', DeprecationWarning) options = chrome_options if options is None: # desired_capabilities stays as passed in if desired_capabilities is None: desired_capabilities = self.create_options().to_capabilities() else: if desired_capabilities is None: desired_capabilities = options.to_capabilities() else: desired_capabilities.update(options.to_capabilities()) self.service = Service( executable_path, port=port, service_args=service_args, log_path=service_log_path) self.service.start() try: RemoteWebDriver.__init__( self, command_executor=ChromeRemoteConnection( remote_server_addr=self.service.service_url), desired_capabilities=desired_capabilities) except Exception: self.quit() raise self._is_remote = False
[docs] def launch_app(self, id): """Launches Chrome app specified by id.""" return self.execute("launchApp", {'id': id})
[docs] def get_network_conditions(self): """ Gets Chrome network emulation settings. :Returns: A dict. For example: {'latency': 4, 'download_throughput': 2, 'upload_throughput': 2, 'offline': False} """ return self.execute("getNetworkConditions")['value']
[docs] def set_network_conditions(self, **network_conditions): """ Sets Chrome network emulation settings. :Args: - network_conditions: A dict with conditions specification. :Usage: driver.set_network_conditions( offline=False, latency=5, # additional latency (ms) download_throughput=500 * 1024, # maximal throughput upload_throughput=500 * 1024) # maximal throughput Note: 'throughput' can be used to set both (for download and upload). """ self.execute("setNetworkConditions", { 'network_conditions': network_conditions })
[docs] def execute_cdp_cmd(self, cmd, cmd_args): """ Execute Chrome Devtools Protocol command and get returned result The command and command args should follow chrome devtools protocol domains/commands, refer to link https://chromedevtools.github.io/devtools-protocol/ :Args: - cmd: A str, command name - cmd_args: A dict, command args. empty dict {} if there is no command args :Usage: driver.execute_cdp_cmd('Network.getResponseBody', {'requestId': requestId}) :Returns: A dict, empty dict {} if there is no result to return. For example to getResponseBody: {'base64Encoded': False, 'body': 'response body string'} """ return self.execute("executeCdpCommand", {'cmd': cmd, 'params': cmd_args})['value']
[docs] def quit(self): """ Closes the browser and shuts down the ChromeDriver executable that is started when starting the ChromeDriver """ try: RemoteWebDriver.quit(self) except Exception: # We don't care about the message because something probably has gone wrong pass finally: self.service.stop()
[docs] def create_options(self): return Options()