Introduction

Rize is a high-level, fluent and chainable API provided library which let you use puppeteer simply.

Features

  • Full TypeScript support

  • Chainable API

  • You still can visit low-level puppeteer browser and page instance.

  • Providing lots of useful assertions

API Reference

If you are looking for all available APIs of Rize, please go here.

Installation

puppeteer is as a peer dependency of Rize, so you should install puppeteer manually.

yarn add --dev puppeteer rize

or via npm:

npm install --save-dev puppeteer rize

If you are in China, you may specify Chromium binary mirror.

On Linux or macOS:

PUPPETEER_DOWNLOAD_HOST=https://storage.googleapis.com.cnpmjs.org yarn add --dev puppeteer rize

On Windows:

SET PUPPETEER_DOWNLOAD_HOST=https://storage.googleapis.com.cnpmjs.org yarn add --dev puppeteer rize

For TypeScript users, you may install type declarations of puppeteer. This is optional and it is recommended to install it if you are going to visit puppeteer's API directly:

yarn add --dev @types/puppeteer

or

npm install --save-dev @types/puppeteer

Getting Started

We recommend to use ES-style import syntax:

import Rize from 'rize'

Also, using CommonJS-style syntax is OK:

const Rize = require('rize')

Now we can create a Rize instance:

const rize = new Rize()

Here is an example:

rize
  .goto('https://github.com/')
  .type('input.header-search-input', 'node')
  .press('Enter')
  .waitForNavigation()
  .assertSee('Node.js')
  .end()  // Don't forget to call `end` function to exit browser!

Now you can go ahead to read this documentation to look for more details!

FAQ

See FAQ.

License

MIT License

Copyright (c) 2018-present Pig Fang

Last Updated: 8/23/2018, 2:22:32 AM