Tag Archives: webkit

Using PhantomJS to request a web page

PhantomJS is a very nice headless browser which uses the WebKit browser engine. It can be used for many purposes. However, I’m going to illustrate PhantomJS by performing a Bing search query and also executing JavaScript code on the page. Libraries such as jQuery can be injected into the page to perform all kinds of [...]

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HTML5 speech-based input

HTML5 supports speech-based input via your microphone. Append the following line to your input tags. x-webkit-speech speech <input id=”search” name=”search” type=”text” x-webkit-speech speech> On a side note, it is currently only supported by Google Chrome.

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