Tutorial by Topics: browser

Every browser has a default set of CSS styles that it uses for rendering elements. These default styles may not be consistent across browsers because: the language specifications are unclear so base styles are up for interpretation, browsers may not follow specifications that are given, or browsers may not have default styles for newer HTML elements. As a result, people may want to normalize default styles across as many browsers as possible.

Browsers, as they have evolved, offered more features to Javascript. But often these features are not available in all browsers. Sometimes they may be available in one browser, but yet to be released on other browsers. Other times, these features are implemented differently by different browsers. Browser detection becomes important to ensure that the application you develop runs smoothly across different browsers and devices.

According to Python's standard documentation, the webbrowser module provides a high-level interface to allow displaying Web-based documents to users. This topic explains and demonstrates proper usage of the webbrowser module.

AppleScript is able to retrieve the URL of the current tab of a browser.

This allows you to put a Web browser into your WPF application.

Sometimes client just require to open a web app in mobile app, for this we can use InAppBrowser in such a way that it looks like an app instead we are opening a website/webApp in mobile, as soon as the user will tap the app icon than instead of opening the first app view we can open InAppBrowser directly.

Setting or getting window size of any browser during automation

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