Fake is a new browser for Mac OS X that makes web automation simple. Fake allows you to drag discrete browser Actions into a graphical Workflow that can be run again and again without human interaction. The Fake Workflows you create can be saved, reopened, and shared. Inspired by Apple's Automator application, Fake looks like a combination of Safari and Automator that allows you to run (and re-run) "fake" interactions with the web. Power Users will love Fake for automating tedious web tasks like filling out lengthy forms and capturing screenshots. Developers can use Fake for graphically configuring automated tests for their webapps, including assertions, assertion failure handlers, and error handlers. All of Fake's automation features are powered by Mac OS X's native scripting tool - AppleScript. Which means Fake can be used to incorporate web automation into many other OS X scripting tasks. Fake's browser component is based on the same open source technology behind the popular Mac OS X Site Specific Browser, Fluid. That means Fake has powerful features developers expect from a modern browser like Userscript and Userstyle support. Fake's proprietary secret sauce is in its web automation capabilities - the Action Library, and Workflow side pane.
What is new in this release:
- Improved support for macOS 10.12 Sierra.
- The "Empty Cache" Action now also clears all cookies when running Fake on Sierra or El Capitan.
What is new in version 1.9:
- Improved support for OS X 10.10 Yosemite.
- "Set Values of HTML Form" Action's with names column now accepts Fake variables.
- Improved window placement behavior.