As I mentioned previously, I don’t think it makes sense for us to
pass all the examples, but we should make sure the examples we think
most users will be interested in work. Some of the other examples
are arguably more esoteric, presumably to showcase the different
things Puppeteer is capable of.
block-images.js relies on network resource blocking which we
probably can do in Firefox, but I think there are higher priorities.
The pdf.js example seems to rely on the
networkidle2 event that
we don’t support, and possibly can’t support in Firefox.
The proxy.js example is instruments Chrome using the
--proxy-bypass-list flags which we don’t have.
The remaining examples largely makes sense.