WebDriver API Draft Published, Enables Remote Browser Control For Automated Tests

It’s not here yet, but…

The W3C just published a draft of the WebDriver API, which will enable browser and platform agnostic control over browsers for automated testing… and [it] looks to be a fairly nice way to write scripts to control browser behavior, DOM manipulation and inspection, and more from a separate controlling process. This will make it possible for automated testing scripts to open browser windows, run tests, and get results back from multiple browsers simultaneously.

http://badassjs.com/post/40778765073/webdriver-api-draft-published-enables-remote-browser

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