Over the last decade, a large ecosystem of Open Source projects have sprouted up around Selenium.
This page attempts to capture some of those projects that make use of Selenium WebDriver as a
central part of what they do.
Selenium can be extended in different ways. Here are a number of drivers, bindings, plugins, and frameworks created and maintained by third parties.
|Browser||Releases||Change log||Issue tracker|
|Google ChromeDriver||Releases Link||Change log||Issue tracker|
|Microsoft Edge Driver||Releases Link||Change log||Issue tracker|
|Mozilla GeckoDriver||Releases Link||Change log||Issue tracker|
|Opera ChromiumDriver||Releases Link||Change log||Issue tracker|
|Apple SafariDriver||Releases Link||Change log||Issue tracker|
|Selenium-Remote-Driver||Perl||George S. Baugh|
Programming languages are supported through Selenium drivers.
These are libraries made for each language that expose commands from the Selenium API natively in the form of methods/functions.
Selenium is often used for automating web applications for testing purposes, but it does not include a testing framework.
Some testing frameworks that can be used with Selenium are listed below.
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