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July 10, 2010, 5:29 pm
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Suppose I see a webpage on a website that has the following link
convert it to the actual url. Could you please let me know what
package I should use? I thought that HTML package may not handle this.
But please let me know if I'm wrong.
I would start at
I'm a novice on the matter but it would seem to me that
comes time to render the document, some_command_return_a_url() is
executed by a JS interp engine and assigned to that elements attribute
valid in this place (I'm too lazy to look it up at w3schools).
It would seem to me that such a package would have to be as powerfull as
a web browser with the ability to host a JS engine.
Because I don't know about these engines, I don't know if that engine
can actually call the underlying OS or that the host does, on its
behalf (sandbox and all that stuff).
It would be kind of cool to have your own back door browser that
rumages around web sites in real-time displaying a developer screen
that features a full featured debugger (like a m$ VS2008) for those
engines and html. Imagine, super automation, validation,
auto-created test cases, server hacking, scraping ..
The list is endless.