- You are manipulating something other than Firefox (like Firefox OS)
- You are only manipulating elements in content scope (like a webpage)
Roughly speaking, Firefox Puppeteer provides a library to manipulate each visual section of Firefox’s browser UI. For example, there are different libraries for the tab bar, the navigation bar, etc.
For end-users Firefox Puppeteer can be easily installed as a Python package from PyPI. If you want to contribute to the project we propose that you clone the mozilla-central repository and run the following commands:
$ cd testing/puppeteer/firefox $ python setup.py develop
In both cases all necessary files including all dependencies will be installed.
Puppeteer versions as regularly released from the Python source code, will follow a specific versioning schema. It means the major version number will always be identical with the supported Firefox version. Minor releases - the second part of the version number - are done throughout the life-cycle of a Firefox version when Puppeteer itself needs API changes for back-end and front-end modules. The last part of the version number is the patch level, and is only used for bugfix releases without any API changes.
firefox_puppeteer_45.0.0 - First release for Firefox 45.0 and Firefox 45.xESR firefox_puppeteer_46.2.0 - Second release for Firefox 46.0 caused by API changes firefox_puppeteer_47.0.1 - First bugfix release for the new Firefox 47.0 support
The following libraries are currently implemented. More will be added in the future. Each library is available from an instance of the FirefoxTestCase class.
- About Window
- Page Info Window
- Update Wizard Dialog