Browsers normally close immediately after their last page is processed. However, there could be situations where this does not happen. Browser Pool makes sure all inactive browsers are closed regularly, to free resources.
Sets the maximum number of pages that can be open in a browser at the same time. Once reached, a new browser will be launched to handle the excess.
As we know from experience, async operations of the underlying libraries,
such as launching a browser or opening a new page, can get stuck.
BrowserPool from getting stuck, we add a timeout
to those operations and you can configure it with this option.
Browsers tend to get bloated after processing a lot of pages. This option configures the number of processed pages after which the browser will automatically retire and close. A new browser will launch in its place.
Browser plugins are wrappers of browser automation libraries that allow
BrowserPoolto control browsers with those libraries.
browser-poolcomes with a