Work progress on WWW::Mechanize::NodeJs
Lots of people use WWW::Mechanize::Firefox. This makes me happy.
Some of these people would like to do away with needing Firefox to be running on the machine doing the automation. To look in that direction, and to gain some familiarity with nodejs, I started porting the proxy object backend MozRepl::RemoteObject to nodejs. I've uploaded the work in progress to Github as
NodeJs::RemoteObject. There is a lot of copied and pasted code between the two
The main thing that's still needed is to actually write a web "browser" implementing just enough to run most web applications, for nodejs. I think there already is something called "jsdom", which claims to be just enough of a browser to make this work.