docker-python-chromedriver

Python with Chromedriver, for running automated tests

Quick Try

$ git clone https://github.com/joyzoursky/docker-python-chromedriver.git
$ cd docker-python-chromedriver
$ docker run -it -w /usr/workspace -v $(pwd):/usr/workspace joyzoursky/python-chromedriver:3.7 bash
/usr/wrokspace# pip install selenium
/usr/wrokspace# python test_script.py

Image includes

  • Python (Debian or Alpine based)
  • Google Chrome
  • Chromedriver
  • Selenium (in some versions)
  • Xvfb (in some versions)

Versions

Python 3 (Debian-based)

  • 3.8, latest (based on python:3.8, Dockerfile)
  • 3.8-selenium (based on python:3.8 with selenium installed, Dockerfile)
  • 3.7 (based on python:3.7, Dockerfile)
  • 3.7-selenium (based on python:3.7 with selenium installed, Dockerfile)
  • 3.6 (based on python:3.6, Dockerfile)
  • 3.6-selenium (based on python:3.6 with selenium installed, Dockerfile)

Python 3 (Alpine-based)

  • 3.8-alpine3.10 (based on python:3.8-alpine3.10, Dockerfile)
  • 3.8-alpine3.10-selenium (based on python:3.8-alpine3.10 with selenium installed, Dockerfile)
  • 3.7-alpine3.8 (based on python:3.7-alpine3.8, Dockerfile)
  • 3.7-alpine3.8-selenium (based on python:3.7-alpine3.8 with selenium installed, Dockerfile)
  • 3.6-alpine3.7 (based on python:3.6-alpine3.7, Dockerfile)
  • 3.6-alpine3.7-selenium (based on python:3.6-alpine3.7 with selenium installed, Dockerfile)

Python 2 (Deprecated)

  • 2.7 (based on python:2.7, Dockerfile)
  • 2.7-selenium (based on python:2.7 with selenium installed, Dockerfile)
  • 2.7-alpine3.7 (based on python:2.7-alpine3.7, Dockerfile)
  • 2.7-alpine3.7-selenium (based on python:2.7-alpine3.7 with selenium installed, Dockerfile)

Versions with Xvfb (Deprecated)

  • 3.6-xvfb (based on python:3.6 with xvfb installed, Dockerfile)
  • 3.6-xvfb-selenium (based on python:3.6 with xvfb and selenium installed, Dockerfile)
  • 2.7-xvfb (based on python:2.7 with xvfb installed, Dockerfile)
  • 2.7-xvfb-selenium (based on python:2.7 with xvfb and selenium installed, Dockerfile)

Usage

For the following Debian-based images:

  • latest
  • 3.8
  • 3.8-selenium
  • 3.7
  • 3.7-selenium
  • 3.6
  • 3.6-selenium
  • 3.6-xvfb
  • 3.6-xvfb-selenium
  • 2.7
  • 2.7-selenium
  • 2.7-xvfb
  • 2.7-xvfb-selenium

Run the followings in your terminal:

$ cd [your working directory]
$ docker run -it -w /usr/workspace -v $(pwd):/usr/workspace joyzoursky/python-chromedriver:[version] bash

For the following Alpine-based images:

  • 3.8-alpine3.10
  • 3.8-alpine3.10-selenium
  • 3.7-alpine3.8
  • 3.7-alpine3.8-selenium
  • 3.6-alpine3.7
  • 3.6-alpine3.7-selenium
  • 2.7-alpine3.7
  • 2.7-alpine3.7-selenium

Run the followings in your terminal:

$ cd [your working directory]
$ docker run -it -w /usr/workspace -v $(pwd):/usr/workspace joyzoursky/python-chromedriver:[version] sh

This will create a container from the image. Then you could starting running the commands in the container as in your working directory. The followings are some examples to run a selenium test.

Examples to run selenium test in the container

You can download a selenium test example from here to quick start.

For the following images with selenium pre-installed:

  • 3.8-alpine3.10-selenium
  • 3.8-selenium
  • 3.7-alpine3.8-selenium
  • 3.7-selenium
  • 3.6-alpine3.7-selenium
  • 3.6-selenium
  • 2.7-alpine3.7-selenium
  • 2.7-selenium

You may run:

# python test_script.py

For the following images that do not have selenium pre-installed:

  • latest
  • 3.8-alpine3.10
  • 3.8
  • 3.7-alpine3.8
  • 3.7
  • 3.6-alpine3.7
  • 3.6
  • 2.7-alpine3.7
  • 2.7

You may run:

# pip install selenium
# python test_script.py

For 3.6-xvfb or 2.7-xvfb, you may run:

# pip install selenium
# xvfb-run --server-args="-screen 0 1024x768x24" python test_script.py

For 3.6-xvfb-selenium or 2.7-xvfb-selenium, you may run:

# xvfb-run --server-args="-screen 0 1024x768x24" python test_script.py

Then you should see the test result like this:

test_case_1 (__main__.TestTemplate)
Find and click top-right button ... ok
test_case_2 (__main__.TestTemplate)
Find and click Learn more button ... ok

----------------------------------------------------------------------
Ran 2 tests in 8.684s

OK

Contributing

To make changes upon the existing Dockerfiles, you are suggested to edit upon the Dockerfile.template files, and generate the new Dockerfiles for different versions by running render.sh.

How to edit and generate new versions of Dockerfiles

  1. cd to the folder that you want to edit, e.g. py-debian
  2. Make changes upon Dockerfile.template or Dockerfile-selenium.template
  3. Run bash render.sh from command-line

Note: The render.sh is written for Mac OS; If you are using Windows or other OS, some commands may need to be optimised before running.

Thanks a lot for helping on improving this project!

Docker Python Chromedriver

Dockerfile for running Python Selenium in headless Chrome (Python 2.7 / 3.6 / 3.7 / 3.8 / Alpine based Python / Chromedriver / Selenium / Xvfb included in different versions)

Docker Python Chromedriver Info

⭐ Stars 356
🔗 Homepage hub.docker.com
🔗 Source Code github.com
🕒 Last Update 9 months ago
🕒 Created 5 years ago
🐞 Open Issues 8
➗ Star-Issue Ratio 45
😎 Author joyzoursky