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Formerly BrowserGap Community Edition. Currently called RemoteView, and lets you interactively live-stream a remote browser.
This work is released under an OSS license, and is © Cris Stringfellow. All my own work.
RemoteView is a platform for live streaming the browser, with full interactivity. It lets you plug in to a local or remote, even a headless browser, and fly it as if it's a normal browser.
You can stream a remote browser with special cusotmizations to your clients to side step the restrictions of regular browsers. You can use it to build rich experiences based on the browser that are not possible using Flash, Browser Extensions or regular Web Driver protocol.
For business enquiries, please contact Cris
Watch the 16 second video, or just watch the GIF below:
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Install from npm
npm i remoteview
setup_machine.sh in the repository directory.
sudo apt update && sudo apt -y upgrade sudo apt install -y curl git wget git clone https://github.com/dosyago/RemoteView cd RemoteView ./setup_machine.sh npm test
Or (using docker build yourself for latest)
sudo apt update && sudo apt -y upgrade sudo apt install -y curl git wget git clone https://github.com/dosyago/RemoteView cd RemoteView ./buld_docker.sh ./run_docker.sh
Or (using docker pull from hub)
docker pull dosyago/browsergapce:1.0 curl -o chrome.json https://raw.githubusercontent.com/dosyago/RemoteView/master/chrome.json sudo su -c "echo 'kernel.unprivileged_userns_clone=1' > /etc/sysctl.d/00-local-userns.conf" sudo su -c "echo 'net.ipv4.ip_forward=1' > /etc/sysctl.d/01-network-ipv4.conf" sudo sysctl -p sudo docker run -d -p 8002:8002 --security-opt seccomp=$(pwd)/chrome.json browsergapce:1.0
And visit http://<your ip>:8002 to see it up.
Coming here from Awesome Chrome DevTools?
Just connect your browser to http://localhost:5002 from the machine you run it on.
Just run PPTR on the same machine as this and connect to http://localhost:5002