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Mastering Selenium WebDriver 3.0 by Mark Collin

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But I really want to track my network traffic!

Well, it's not all bad news. Selenium doesn't explicitly provide support for network traffic; however, it does provide support for proxies. If you want to track your network traffic, what's the best way to do it? Why, a proxy, of course!

There are many proxies available, but we will focus on one in particular: the BrowserMob proxy. The BrowserMob proxy has been written with test automation in mind and integrates very easily with Selenium. Let's look at a basic implementation:

package com.masteringselenium.tests;import net.lightbody.bmp.BrowserMobProxy;import net.lightbody.bmp.BrowserMobProxyServer;import net.lightbody.bmp.client.ClientUtil;import net.lightbody.bmp.core.har.Har;import net.lightbody.bmp.core.har.HarEntry ...

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