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To run headless tests in Python, you can use a headless browser or a browser automation tool such as Selenium WebDriver. Here’s an example of how to use Selenium WebDriver in Python to run headless tests:

  1. Install Selenium WebDriver and a driver for your desired browser. For example, if you want to use Chrome, you can install the chromedriver binary and the selenium package using pip:
    pip install selenium
  2. Import the necessary packages in your Python script:

from selenium import webdriver
from import Options

Set up the headless browser options by creating a new instance of the Options class and setting the headless property to True:

options = Options()
options.headless = True

  1. Create a new instance of the webdriver class and pass in the options:
    browser = webdriver.Chrome(options=options)
  2. Use the browser object to interact with the website or application you are testing, just as you would in a regular browser:
    assert 'Google' in browser.title
  3. Close the browser when you are finished:
  4. By setting the headless option to True, the browser will run in the background and not display any graphical user interface. This makes it useful for running tests in environments where a GUI is not available, such as on a server or in a Continuous Integration (CI) pipeline.

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