Chrome at the Command-Line to Dump Website Structure

You can use Chrome to dump the DOM, PDF, or screenshot of a webpage, or do a number of other cool things:

https://developers.google.com/web/updates/2017/04/headless-chrome

Open a website in a Chrome process headless-mode, which you can then query from a client process or another browser:

$ chrome --headless --disable-gpu --remote-debugging-port=9222 https://www.chromestatus.com

Print the site HTML:

$ chrome --headless --disable-gpu --dump-dom https://www.chromestatus.com

Capture a PDF:

$ chrome --headless --disable-gpu --print-to-pdf https://www.chromestatus.com

Capture a PNG screenshot:

$ chrome --headless --disable-gpu --screenshot https://www.chromestatus.com

Open a REPL console in which to run JavaScript expressions against the DOM:

$ chrome --headless --disable-gpu --repl https://www.chromestatus.com
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Use GPG to Quickly Encrypt at the Command-Line


$ echo "cleartext" | gpg --passphrase "some-passphrase" -c --no-use-agent > text.encrypted
$ cat text.encrypted | gpg --passphrase "passphrase" --no-use-agent 2>/dev/null
$ cat text.encrypted | gpg --passphrase "some-passphrase" --no-use-agent 2>/dev/null
cleartext

Without “–no-use-agent”, you might very well be prompted by some system keyring/agent every time.