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The only difference I have found in practical terms is colour replication. It's not Bad, just not exact (in my experience). On the whole, it's not a problem, but if you are making a site meet AAA standard for accessibility, it can be irritating at the times.


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I found the solution to this myself. For anyone who's having the same issue: What I did wrong was I used driver = new ChromeDriver(options); in my code instead of driver = new RemoteWebDriver(new URL("http://my.aws.ip:4444/wd/hub"), options); After making this change, I downloaded selenium-server-standalone.jar to in EC2. Then, before starting the ...


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Selenium allows us to take screenshots of the browser viewport, even if the browser is running in headless mode. We can use that functionality to generate a video recording. After all, a video is just a set of frames. Taking a screenshot with Selenium is easy: driver.save_screenshot("screenshot.png") Source - Liviu Lupei The article continues on ...


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This link explains Firefox browser testing with Capybara: Hope the below link give you an insight of the approach. http://elementalselenium.com/tips/38-headless Installing xvfb: Example command : For Debian based systems: apt-get install xvfb Redhat based systems: yum install xorg-X11-server-Xvfb Run the script: xvfb-run ruby headless.rb Executing the ...


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