- Load webpages through the PhantomJS headless browser
- View detailed response data including page content, headers, status code etc.
- Handle redirects
- View detailed PhantomJS debuged information
- Save screen captures to local disk
- Output web pages to PDF document
- Set viewport size
- Set fixed header and footer for PDF output
- Define screen capture x, y, width and height parameters
- Delay page rendering for a specified time
- Delay page rendering until page resources are fully loaded
- Execute PhantomJS with command line options
- Easily build and run custom PhantomJS scripts
PHP PhantomJS requires PHP 5.3.0 or greater to run.
It is recommended that you use Composer to install PHP PhantomJS. First, add the following to your project’s
This will ensure the latest version of PhantomJS is installed for your system, in your bin folder. If you haven’t defined your bin folder in your composer.json, add the path:
Finally, install PHP PhantomJS from the root of your project:
If you would like to use another installation method or would like to see more detailed installation instructions, see the installation documentation.
By default the PhantomJS library will look for the PhantomJS executable in the bin folder relative to where your script is running
~/bin/phantomjs. If the executable cannot be found or if the path to your PhantomJS executable differs from the default location, for example you have installed PhantomJS globally, you will need to define the path to your PhantomJS executable manually.
The following illustrates how to make a basic GET request and output the page content:
Saving a screen capture to local disk:
Outputting a page as PDF: