Driving a Selenium webdriver, from the client
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Self-webdriver

A nodejs shim and client-side library from driving a webdriver1 from the browser.

Why'd anybody want to do that?

It makes testing client-side libraries somewhat less cumbersome. Testing logic and set-up can live client-side, calling out to the webdriver when it needs to test a click or other hard-to-fake input.

Use-case is CodeMirror2, which has to do some truly scary things to properly capture input. Testing that cross-browser has been a bit of a nightmare, this library is step one in getting automated tests off the ground.

The API of this library is undocumented and in flux. Its current state is "You might be able to use this or take inspiration from it, but please don't expect it to be mature or stable."