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Async Webdriver

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Async Webdriver

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Asynchronous webdriver client built on asyncio.

Quickstart

Let's run a local Firefox instance.

from arsenic import get_session
from arsenic.browsers import Firefox
from arsenic.services import Geckodriver


async def example():
    # Runs geckodriver and starts a firefox session
    async with get_session(Geckodriver(), Firefox()) as session:
          # go to example.com
          await session.get('http://example.com')
          # wait up to 5 seconds to get the h1 element from the page
          h1 = await session.wait_for_element(5, 'h1')
          # print the text of the h1 element
          print(await h1.get_text())

For more information, check the documentation

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