Browserling API

4 replies. Asked on December 6, 2014 by Edith L.
Hi! Do you have an API? Where documentation an API?
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Peter Krumins staff
Answered on December 6, 2014
Hey Edith,

Thanks for the short question.

We're currently working on the API. There are going to be two forms of API. The first form will let you use Browserling from your own applications and programs. You'll be able to embed browsers in your app and send mouse and keyboard events to them. The second form of API will let you headlessly run your code in the browsers and get back the results. The second form will let you for example quickly run JavaScript tests.

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Sincerely,
Peter Krumins
CEO of Browserling
Darren S
Answered on April 1, 2015
What's the ETA on the API? It's listed as a feature on www.browserling.com and not a "coming soon" feature so I assume it's done? Where can I find the documentation?

Thanks,
Darren S.
Darren S
Answered on April 1, 2015
I seem to have found the answer by blindly trying the URL https://www.browserling.com/api

For those interested, this URL seems to list an overview of the API and how to use it. I don't know why the main page doesn't link to this page, it's baffling.

NOTE: The headless browser API is still in the works.
Peter Krumins staff
Answered on April 1, 2015
Hey Darren,

You found it! We're releasing it this very moment as I write this. We just put https://www.browserling.com/api on the site and we're getting the demo video done tonight. We didn't link to /api but we updated the main page already in preparation for the launch. :)

Sincerely,
Peter Krumins
CEO of Browserling
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