How to save a snapshot of a Web page (including GWT)
Posted by David Chandler on May 22, 2010
This week’s “Saturday evening post” presents a useful tool for taking a snapshot of a Web page, including “Web 2.0” pages written in GWT and AJAX frameworks. You might use this technique to create a demo page for sales laptops that don’t always have access to the network. Or you might provide snapshots taken from a live GWT page to a Web designer in order to make it easier to work on CSS and images in a WYSIWYG design tool like Dreamweaver.
Once you’ve captured a snapshot, you can export it. This creates a directory containing one or more HTML pages, images, and stylesheets. Simply open the exported index.htm in your browser to view it. Scrapbook even captures multiple frames.
Scrapbook is free, with donations appreciated.