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What is a screenshot or HTML rendering API?

A screenshot API or a screenshot as a service is usually a cloud or a remote server service that provides the ability to render any website, HTML, Markdown, or even PDF by making a request to the service, be it over HTTP, TCP, or any other protocol.

Posted November 22, 2022 by Dmytro Krasun ‐ 2 min read

Heart-touching feedback from Gregory

Daily and nightly, I work on improving the quality and performance of ScreenshotOne (your friendly screenshot API) and ensuring I help customers solve their problems and prosper.

Posted November 21, 2022 by Dmytro Krasun ‐ 2 min read

Building a website directory with Next.js, Tailwind CSS, and Prisma

I am seeking a good stack I can switch to for my new projects. So, I decided to try and evaluate Next.js, Tailwind CSS, and Prisma stack with a small project.

Posted November 17, 2022 by Dmytro Krasun ‐ 15 min read

How to take a screenshot of a webpage in Haskell

It's a widespread need to take a screenshot of a live website. On a project I worked on recently, we had a legal requirement to take screenshots of forms that our users filled, as at the time they filled the forms, for consent documentation purposes.

Posted October 19, 2022 (updated October 23, 2022) by Anthony Alaribe ‐ 4 min read

I migrated to Google Cloud

Google Cloud gives $300 in credits for 3 months for experimenting. And I decided to give it a try, but not because of the free credits.

Posted September 14, 2022 (updated September 14, 2022) by Dmytro Krasun ‐ 4 min read

How to hide chat widgets when taking a screenshot with Puppeteer

When you want to take chat widgets, there are annoying chat widgets that you would love to hide. It is easy to do.

Posted July 28, 2022 by Dmytro Krasun ‐ 1 min read

How to hide cookie banners when taking a screenshot with Puppeteer

When taking a screenshot, you want to ensure that you take a clean screenshot without cookie banners or cookie consent forms. And in this article, I will share with you how you can do it when using Puppeteer.

Posted July 28, 2022 by Dmytro Krasun ‐ 11 min read