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Short Description
A headless chrome that runs in a Docker container
Full Description

Chrome Headless for Docker

This is a Docker image that allows you to run Chrome Headless in a Docker Container.

Getting it

You can simply pull it from the Docker Hub, where an automated build is creating
the image:

Simply run, from the command line:

docker pull giggio/chrome


You have to run it with the SYS_ADMIN capability set, like so:

docker run -ti -p 9222:9222 --cap-add=SYS_ADMIN giggio/chrome

After that, you can connect to it remotely. See the samples, we currently
have Node.js
(Windows and Linux)
and C#
(Windows Only - because Selenium does not run on Linux with .NET).

Maintainers/Core team

Contributors can be found at the contributors page on Github.


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This software is open source, licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0.
See LICENSE.txt for details.

Check out the terms of the license before you contribute, fork, copy or do anything
with the code. If you decide to contribute you agree to grant copyright of all your contribution to this project, and agree to
mention clearly if do not agree to these terms. Your work will be licensed with the project at Apache V2, along the rest of the code.

This is a community project, free and open source.
Everyone is invited to contribute, fork, share and use the code.
No money shall be charged by this software, nor it will be. Ever.

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