CasperJS is a browser automation tool that can be used for testing
web sites without manual interaction. It can also take screen captures.
The screen captures most likely vary between different browsers and their
versions, which makes it reasonable to use all the possible browser
options there is.
At the moment CasperJS supports PhantomJS version
0.9. In the near future there should also come the
availability of Internet Explorer via TrifleJS, in its version
PhantomJS is based on Webkit, which in is the base for most mobile device
browsers and Google Chrome, while SlimerJS uses a recent version of Mozilla
Firefox installed in the same environment.
Sometimes it happens that a repository in a version control system gets too big to fit in the given file system quota limit, such as with the free account from Bitbucket, which has a limit of 2 GB. Reaching that limit is in most cases due to the binary files under version control, such as images and videos.
Tomorrow I will visit the facilities of HAML University of Applied Sciences in Hämeenlinna, Finland, which marks as a mile stone in my path of life long learning experience.
The Node.js related course (TT00CC06-3001) which I will be teaching this Autumn, is held in every Tuesday at 16:40 - 20:45, in a class room number U205, at Bulevardi Campus of Metropolia University of Applied Sciences, from 26th August until 19th December 2014.