Wildfire is a Chrome extension which allows you to record your actions on the pages you visit, then replay those actions using a simulator. Popular DOM events and special events like opening new tabs, scrolling a page, are recorded. You can review your actions using the log or workflow that is produced after every recording is over. You can also use a visual Workflow Editor to run entirely different actions based on your previous steps. If you are familiar with iMacro extension by Firefox or Ghost Inspector, this is quite similar to that.
According to Ian Mckay, the creator of Wildfire, the extension currently runs on your local machine (even on a schedule) to allow you to do testing on internal systems, or online with sensitive data. It also has the ability to do some expression handling for things like loops or value comparisons.
Download the extension, and tap the Record button. This lets you record your actions and create a workflow. While recording, each of your actions goes in the Event Log so you can easily review the info whenever you need it. The actions can then be reviewed within the simulator functions. You can also set recurring patterns to run a particular automation. Your data remains on the computer that you record your events from, unless you export it and provide it to other people or you upload it to the Wildfire Cloud service.
Wildfire should be quite interesting for those who do a lot of complex and repetitive tasks. Check it out and let us know what you think.