Lighthouse is a useful tool that can evaluate the performance, accessibility, and the use of web development best practices on our websites and in our web apps. Combining it with Puppeteer enables you to really integrate and automate Lighthouse analysis.
This is part 2 of my journey with Gulp. I’ve created a script that uses Puppeteer and some HTML, to generate feature images for website posts.
Lets get started with Gulp. My goal is to write some automation for generating social media feature posts. Part 1 covers getting started with Gulp.
Time to checkout a new browser automation library for Nodejs with support for Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Webkit browsers.
There are multiple ways to run Puppeteer apps in production. You can run it on your own set of servers or in a serverless environment like Google Cloud Functions of AWS Lambdas. Another option is Heroku. Let’s walk through how I setup a Slackbot to run on Heroku’s cloud.
A quick walkthrough on setting up a GitHub Action to build and deploy your Hugo generated, static HTML website.
In this Puppeteer Experiment (a new thing!), I combine a Puppeteer powered web crawler with some #MachineLearning to crawl a pet shelter’s website for all of the adorable dog pictures. I call it, the Puppyteer Crawler (alternate title: The Puppeteer Collar). 🐶
How to take all of your Markdown and generate good looking PDFs from it.
How Serverless, Puppeteer, FFMPEG, and AWS Lambda can help you get the GIFs from Twitter.
I’m launching the The PuppetHero Digest, a free, biweekly·ish collection of Puppeteer news, articles, and tutorials sent directly to your email inbox.