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WebDriver Elements

The wd module for Node is a good WebDriver controller. However, its API enforces the classical Node-style callbacks (i.e. pass a callback to each getter, needing to test its first argument for an error…). The dreaded pyramid of callback neural death awaits users.

This module aims at providing a promises-style abstraction over wd methods.

The goal is to be able to chain methods and getters this way:

var wd = require('wd'),
	element = require('wd-element'),
	assert = require('assert');

// actual added value by this library
function navigate(remoteBrowser) {
	element.use(remoteBrowser);

	element.findByName('q')
		   .then(element.type('Toto'))
		   .then(element.submit)
		   .then(element.findById('zero_click_heading'))
		   .then(element.get('value'))
		   .then(function(value) {
		   		assert.equal(value, 'Meanings of Toto');
		   	}).end();	// needed if we want to throw any exception found along the way instead of writing a specific catcher for it
}

// from here on, it's standard wd usage
var browser = wd.remote();

browser.init({ 'browserName': 'chrome' }, function(err) {
	if (err) throw err;

	wd.get('http://duckduckgo.com', function(err) {	// only callback we'll have to write, since this is in wd
		if (err) throw err;

		navigate(browser);
	});
});