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How to Automate Chrome with Rufaydium: Without Selenium or Debug mode

Automate Chrome with Rufaydium

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Automate Chrome with Rufaydium by Xeo786

New way to automate Chromium based browseres with AutoHotkey.
Here is the link on github and on AutoHotkey forum

WebDrivers

Watch this video to understand what Webdrivers are, how they are different from Selenium.

You can get the webdrivers here: ChromeWebdriver, EdgeWebdriver, FirefoxWebdriver


Overview of Rufaydium and AutoHotkey

In this video we discuss why Rufaydium has so much potential, some of the things we hope it has built into it, and the alternatives like Chrome.ahk and Selenium.

Rufaydium: a New Chromium Automation with AutoHotkey


Automate Chrome with Rufaydium and AutoHotkey First Tutorial

Our first Rufaydium tutorial we walk through how to set it up and how to Automate Chrome with Rufaydium
Automating Chrome with Rufaydium & AutoHotkey: #Getting started

How to use a Chrome Profile with Rufaydium and AutoHotkey


Connecting to and Using a Chrome profile with Rufaydium


Vote on AHKCon Lectures – Let us know what you want to learn at AHKCon 2022

AHKCon

Vote on AHKCon Lectures

We’re getting closer to AHKCon which is going to be on  August 6th and 7th.  Each day we’ll be starting at 10:00 a.m. EDT and going for four hours each day.  If you haven’t already signed up to be notified of updates, you can do so here

To be sure we provide content that is helpful for attendees we’re making a few assumptions

  • You can understand English
  • You’ve been using AutoHotkey for 6 months (or have 1 year+ programming experience in other languages)

The Conference will be held in a Zoom Webinar and sessions will be the following two formats:

  • Lectures (people present a “how to” do something with AutoHotkey
  • Panels (a group of AHK experts discuss a given topic)

While we have a good handle on the topics for the panels, we’d really like to get you to vote on the topics for AHKCon lectures.

Amazing Advanced course on AutoHotkey Objects and Classes – Coming in 2022

We’re working on an advanced course deep-diving into Objects in AutoHotkey.  In the Intermediate AutoHotkey course I covered some of the basics of storing data in Objects however, with the help of RaptorX / Isaias Baez I’m creating a course that dives deep into AutoHotkey Objects and Classes

We’re finalizing the outline and beginning to produce the videos.  Below is a current peak into what will be covered.  If you’d like to stay informed, please complete this short form and we’ll keep you in the loop!

AutoHotkey Objects and Classes

  • What AutoHotkey objects and classes are and why you should learn them
  • What can be done with objects
  • Diving into: Items, Keys, Properties and Methods
  • Quick refresher on Functions
  • Object Types (Arrays, Associative Arrays, Multi-dimensional arrays, Maps (new in V2
  • Advantages & Disadvantages of Dot Notation and Object Oriented Principles
  • Functional Programming Concepts and Terminology
  • Creating your own Objects & Classes
  • What is a COM Object & Why you should use one
  • What COM objects are available
  • Reading and Understanding the MSDN Documentation
  • Nuances & best practices

Writing clear code / double entendre: Examples of poorly phrased statements of the 2022 U.S. President Joe Biden

Writing clear codeIn programming writing clear code is critical to success!  You need to be VERY clear on what you’re asking the programming language to do or you’ll end up with weird, often unwanted, effects.

The “tighter” your code (and language) is, the more likely your goals will match what you waned (this is one of the big criticisms of AutoHotkey V1 compared to V2 which is “stricter”.

For some examples of how you might read things incorrectly I’ve written a few examples regarding our U.S. president Joe Biden.  For each statement there is more than one way you can interpret the statement. (adapted from a great read Sleeping Dogs Don’t Lay: Practical Advice For The Grammatically Challenged

  • You’ll be lucky to get Joe Biden to work for you!
  • I cannot recommend Joe Biden too highly.
  • I recommend Joe Biden with no qualifications whatsoever!
  • Joe Biden has made immeasurable contributions to our country!
  • NOBODY is better than Joe Biden!
  • I found myself frequently raving about Joe Biden’s work!
  • We were teetering on the threshold of bankruptcy last year, and Joe Biden’s efforts pulled us through.
  • For the services Joe Biden has rendered to our country over the years, we find ourselves deeply indebted!
  • Whatever task he undertakes, Joe Biden will be fired with enthusiasm!
  • I would place Joe Biden in a class by himself

So remember to be clear in what you write as to not leave any ambiguity!

Writing clear code / be clear

So regardless of what you’re doing (writing AutoHotkey code, letters of recommendations, instructions, etc. be very careful in what you write!

I try and keep my sentences short and to point.  It helps readers follow what you’re saying and helps you write very precisely what you want!

Also be sure to have someone in your target audience read you back what you wrote.  It’s amazing how often this will spot glaring errors in miscommunication!

When writing code, breaking things into functions (or their own files) is a great way to make sure you keep things clear and things work as expected.

P.S. Let’s go Brandon!