Changes for version 0.36 - 2019-09-27
- Added cleanup_signal option to select the signal which is used for cleaning up Chrome instances. This is SIGKILL on Windows and SIGTERM everywhere else by default. Proposed and prototyped by Chris Novakovic.
- First parts of talking to Chromium via IPC pipes instead of sockets The real change will come in the next versions, but you can enable using a pipe for communication already by using the pipe => 1 option.
- More lenient timeouts
- Fix retrieving the Chrome version There was a spurious call to ->log() when we didn't have a logger. This resulted in empty Chrome versions.
asynchronous dispatcher for the DevTools protocol
choose the best transport backend
AnyEvent backend for Chrome communication
Mojolicious backend for Chrome communication
IO::Async backend for Chrome communication
EXPERIMENTAL Local pipe backend for Chrome communication
retrieve cookies from a live Chrome instance
automate the Chrome browser
Getting things done with WWW::Mechanize::Chrome
Domain Specific Language for short scripts
WWW::Mechanize::Chrome example programs.
represent a Chrome HTML node in Perl
Things to watch out for