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execute JS code on page from Python

execute JS code on page from Python

execute JS code on page from Python

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My job is to get a listing of named features from any web-page using Python. There are some scripts in other languages that do exactly what I need.
When web page is packed I can run the manuscript from JS console (e.g. from dev-tools in GoogleChrome). I have the selection of names of the features as the outcome. Well, however I most likely to the page and perform the manuscript from internet browser manually. However the concern is to do the very same from Python. It can look something like this:

def get_named_functions_list(url):
myscript = settings.get_js_code() # here I get script that I told above

tool.open(url)

while not tool.document.READY: # here I wait while the page will completely loaded
pass

js_result = tool.execute_from_console(myscript)

return list(js_result.values())


def main():
url = "https://wildproofgear.com/"
get_named_functions_list(url)


The result what I want:
1. Request given URL
2. Wait for function document.ready() will finished.
3. Execute javascript on the page (like in browser).
4. Getting of result the JS-code returns.

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