September is gone but it left us 3 new versions: v1.6, v1.6.2 and v1.7. It left us only 1 version behind Puppeteer! [Read More]
Hacking the browser with puppeteer sharp .NET conf AR 2018
Hacking the browser with puppeteer sharp slides. .NET conf AR 2018 [Read More]
Happy Birthday Puppeteer Sharp!
One year ago today I pushed my first commit to the Puppeteer-Sharp repo. As most “first commits” it was a small commit, adding the readme and the gitignore, but that commit marked the beginning of a year full of learned lessons. [Read More]
How do you spell 👹 in C#?
A few days ago, I had to implement a new feature on Puppeteer-Sharp. The library needed to be able to send emojis through its typing simulation. Trying to send and read an 👹 from a WebSocket might be quite confusing. You could get an □ on the other side or... [Read More]
How to organize your git branches
I remember implementing git in my team. I think it was more than 6 years ago. At that time, A successful git branching model by Vincent Driessen was required reading if you wanted to learn how to work with git effectively. Since then, I’ve been following the “Git Flow” style.... [Read More]