Last Updated: February 25, 2016
· younes

How to post tweet on Twitter using NightmareJS

NightmareJS is nice replacement of CasperJS and PhantomeJS, it comes with simple API.

Here is a example of how to post a tweet on Twitter

var Nightmare = require('nightmare');
var vo = require('vo');

vo(function* () {
  var nightmare = Nightmare({ show: true });
  var link = yield nightmare
    .type('#status', "Insert tweet here")
    .type('#username_or_email', "Insert email here")
    .type('#password', "Insert password here")
  yield nightmare.end();
})(function (err, result) {
  if (err) return console.log(err);

If you want to hide the chromium window just change to show property to false.