alixcan / screenshot

A screenshot API to convert web to image or PDF. Supports desktop and mobile views.

Home Page:https://statically.io/docs/using-screenshot/

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Screenshot

Screenshot

Automagically converts URLs into images and PDFs.

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Overview

Screenshot is a simple application to automagically convert URLs into images and PDFs. It's designed to be simple and easy to install anywhere. This application is split into two distinct components, the core service to process the URL and then send it to a remote browser (Chrome). The remote browser to screenshot and generate PDF from a URL.

💡 Features

  • Screenshot website in desktop view.
  • Screenshot website in mobile view.
  • Converts URL into PDF.

Installation

We'll be using Docker as an easy way to install. However since this is a Node.js application, you can run it with your current setup, if you choose this method, please see config/index.js to change the remote browser endpoint.

Run the browser

We'll be using the browserless/chrome Docker image to do most of this work.

docker run -d \
  --name chrome \
  -e "ENABLE_DEBUGGER=false" \
  -e "DISABLE_AUTO_SET_DOWNLOAD_BEHAVIOR=true" \
  -e "DEFAULT_BLOCK_ADS=true" \
  -p 3000:3000 \
  browserless/chrome:latest

To see more options, you can check full documentation.

Run the app

docker run -d \
  --name screenshot \
  -e "REMOTE_BROWSER=ws://172.17.0.1:3000" \
  -p 5000:5000 \
  statically/screenshot:latest

Replace the REMOTE_BROWSER variable with the remote browser endpoint that you set above. In this example we are using Docker's internal IP address, it should work if you are running both components on one machine.

🔥 Fire it up

The application avalaible through /screenshot/ path.

Screenshot Desktop

Screenshot Mobile

Screenshot PDF

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A screenshot API to convert web to image or PDF. Supports desktop and mobile views.

https://statically.io/docs/using-screenshot/

License:MIT License


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