Is there a way to get a list of items from a Javascript call in Python using selenium?

So I have recently found out that you can execute JavaScript in browsers using Selenium in Python. I have a function that returns a list of items that looks like this:

var elements = document.getElementsByClassName('example');
elements = [...elements].map(el => el.children[0].children[0].getAttribute('href').toString());

Executing this in the Browser console gets you a list of all href-s of the grandchildren of every element which has a class of example.

Is it possible to do something like this using either direct Javascript-calls or built-in Selenium functions?

Answer

To extract all the href values to python you could try the following:

elems = driver.find_elements_by_css_selector(".example > *:first-of-type > *:first-of-type[href]")
links = [elem.get_attribute('href') for elem in elems]

Or, if you just want to call a js code on the browser in a single-line call:

from selenium import webdriver
driver = webdriver.Firefox()
driver.get("<your_website>") 

driver.execute_script("console.log('myElements', Array.from(document.getElementsByClassName('example')).map(elm => elm.firstElementChild.firstElementChild.getAttribute('href').toString()))")