Author: Manuel Lemos
Package: PHP Browser Reload
Human testing means that a natural person uses a browser to access the Web application pages. It is possible to confirm that the user performs the desired actions in the application.
Sometimes it is convenient to automate the tests making the current user access the same page again. So the user would need to tell the browser to reload the current page.
This package provides a means to automate the browser reloading process by emulating the user's input to make the browser reload the current page without having a natural person interacting with the browser application.
About the PHP Browser Reload Package
The basic purpose is: Control a Web browser from the command line
Here follows in more detail what it does:
This package can control a Web browser from the command line.
It provides a class as part of a PHP script that uses the xdotool program to send fake user input to a browser running on the same computer with a given window name to make it reload the currently displayed page.
Currently, it can reload browser windows using Firefox, Chrome, and Opera, among other browser types.
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