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from selenium.webdriver.chromium.remote_connection import ChromiumRemoteConnection
from selenium.webdriver.common.driver_finder import DriverFinder
from selenium.webdriver.common.options import ArgOptions
from selenium.webdriver.common.service import Service
from selenium.webdriver.remote.webdriver import WebDriver as RemoteWebDriver

[docs]class ChromiumDriver(RemoteWebDriver): """Controls the WebDriver instance of ChromiumDriver and allows you to drive the browser.""" def __init__( self, browser_name: str = None, vendor_prefix: str = None, options: ArgOptions = ArgOptions(), service: Service = None, keep_alive: bool = True, ) -> None: """Creates a new WebDriver instance of the ChromiumDriver. Starts the service and then creates new WebDriver instance of ChromiumDriver. :Args: - browser_name - Browser name used when matching capabilities. - vendor_prefix - Company prefix to apply to vendor-specific WebDriver extension commands. - options - this takes an instance of ChromiumOptions - service - Service object for handling the browser driver if you need to pass extra details - keep_alive - Whether to configure ChromiumRemoteConnection to use HTTP keep-alive. """ self.service = service self.service.path = DriverFinder.get_path(self.service, options) self.service.start() executor = ChromiumRemoteConnection( remote_server_addr=self.service.service_url, browser_name=browser_name, vendor_prefix=vendor_prefix, keep_alive=keep_alive, ignore_proxy=options._ignore_local_proxy, ) try: super().__init__(command_executor=executor, options=options) except Exception: self.quit() raise self._is_remote = False
[docs] def launch_app(self, id): """Launches Chromium app specified by id.""" return self.execute("launchApp", {"id": id})
[docs] def get_network_conditions(self): """Gets Chromium 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) -> None: """Sets Chromium 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 delete_network_conditions(self) -> None: """Resets Chromium network emulation settings.""" self.execute("deleteNetworkConditions")
[docs] def set_permissions(self, name: str, value: str) -> None: """Sets Applicable Permission. :Args: - name: The item to set the permission on. - value: The value to set on the item :Usage: :: driver.set_permissions('clipboard-read', 'denied') """ self.execute("setPermissions", {"descriptor": {"name": name}, "state": value})
[docs] def execute_cdp_cmd(self, cmd: str, cmd_args: dict): """Execute Chrome Devtools Protocol command and get returned result The command and command args should follow chrome devtools protocol domains/commands, refer to link :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 get_sinks(self) -> list: """:Returns: A list of sinks available for Cast.""" return self.execute("getSinks")["value"]
[docs] def get_issue_message(self): """:Returns: An error message when there is any issue in a Cast session.""" return self.execute("getIssueMessage")["value"]
[docs] def set_sink_to_use(self, sink_name: str) -> dict: """Sets a specific sink, using its name, as a Cast session receiver target. :Args: - sink_name: Name of the sink to use as the target. """ return self.execute("setSinkToUse", {"sinkName": sink_name})
[docs] def start_desktop_mirroring(self, sink_name: str) -> dict: """Starts a desktop mirroring session on a specific receiver target. :Args: - sink_name: Name of the sink to use as the target. """ return self.execute("startDesktopMirroring", {"sinkName": sink_name})
[docs] def start_tab_mirroring(self, sink_name: str) -> dict: """Starts a tab mirroring session on a specific receiver target. :Args: - sink_name: Name of the sink to use as the target. """ return self.execute("startTabMirroring", {"sinkName": sink_name})
[docs] def stop_casting(self, sink_name: str) -> dict: """Stops the existing Cast session on a specific receiver target. :Args: - sink_name: Name of the sink to stop the Cast session. """ return self.execute("stopCasting", {"sinkName": sink_name})
[docs] def quit(self) -> None: """Closes the browser and shuts down the ChromiumDriver executable.""" try: super().quit() except Exception: # We don't care about the message because something probably has gone wrong pass finally: self.service.stop()