In previous post, we already posting JSCapture, screen capturing library that allows you to make screenshots and record a video of your desktop from your browser. Today we are going to introduce another resource with same capability.
This tool created by Amit Agarwal that will help you capture a screenshot PNG image of any public web page with a click. The script renders the page using Webkit, the same engine that’s used inside Google Chrome and Apple Safari browser. You don’t need any software or browser extensions to capture the image of any web page. And it works with lengthy web pages too that extend below the fold.
To get started, simply paste the URL of the web page in the input box and hit the “Screen Capture” button. You can capture a maximum of 10 screenshots per hour and captured images are cached to reduce server load.
Internally, the tool renders the requested web page in a 1024×768 Webkit browser and saves the full page as a PNG image.
iPad and iPhone have built-in screen capture, including some Android phones, but they cannot capture full screenshots of web pages.
However, it cannot capture pages that require login (like your Gmail mailbox), pages with Flash embeds (like the YouTube video player) or AJAX based sites like Google Maps.
Screen Capture on Mobile Phones
The screen capture tool uses Responsive Design and therefore works across all screens including your mobile phone, iPad or even your ebook reader.You can also add device frames for more awesome mobile screenshots.
Requirement : Work Properly on Mozilla Browser
License : Free License