The robocorp-browser package is a light wrapper for the Playwright -project, with quality-of-life improvements, such as automatic lifecycle management for Playwright objects (meant to be used with robocorp-tasks).



๐Ÿ‘‰ Check that you have added the dependency in your configuration; this library is not part of the robocorp bundle.

  • conda.yaml for automation Task Packages
  • package.yaml for automation Action Packages
  • requirements.txt, pyproject.toml,|cfg etc. for the rest
from robocorp import browser, vault from robocorp.tasks import task @task def automate_browser(): """Start a browser to login in the surfed page.""" # The configuration is used to set the basic `robocorp.browser` settings. # It must be called before calling APIs that create Playwright objects. browser.configure( # NOTE: `screenshot="only-on-failure"` is the default. # If this function finishes with an exception, it will make a screenshot and # embed it into the logs. screenshot="only-on-failure", # By default, `headless` is False, unless running in a Linux container # without a DISPLAY/WAYLAND_DISPLAY environment variable, but it # can also be manually overridden. headless=True, # won't display the browser window # Interactions may be run in slow motion (given in milliseconds). slowmo=100, ) # The `browser.goto()` call may be used as a shortcut to get the current page and # surf some URL (it may create the browser if not created already). browser.goto(">") _login() # call the login instructions def _login(): # APIs in `robocorp.browser` return the same browser instance, which is # automatically closed when the task finishes. page = # `robocorp.vault` is recommended for managing secrets. account = vault.get_secret("default-account") # Use the Playwright Browser API as usual to interact with the web elements. page.fill('//input[@ng-reflect-name="password"]', account["password"])"input:text('Submit')")

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A list of releases and corresponding changes can be found in the changelog.