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How to do a screenshot using Puppeteer

When you have created a Puppeteer page object:

const page = await browser.newPage()

You can use the screenshot() method on it to save to screenshot.jpg in this case:

await page.screenshot({
  path: 'screenshot.jpg'

Add the fullPage option to screenshot the whole page:

await page.screenshot({
  path: 'screenshot.jpg',
  fullPage: true,

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