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The open source community behind Selenium has a very large & engaged developer base. This ensures a stable support channel for the tool. In addition, various companies also provide support for Selenium. This active and multi-channel support provides a much more lucrative option for developers looking to implement Selenium in their workflow. See More
The WebDriver protocol is standardized by the World Wide Web Consortium which makes it easy for third-parties to get involved and contribute to Selenium. WebDriver has been the foundation of many additional automation projects besides core selenium and has become the de-facto standard for UI automation. See More
Low activity on the main github repository shows that the community around it is shrinking and there's a decrease in developer activity. Usually this implies that the tool is in a not very good & updated state. The issue tracker also doesn't evoke confidence. See More
Watir introduces its own API which differs from the underlying selenium-webdriver. That means jumping to any other library which exposes the selenium-webdriver API such as Appium becomes harder as paradigms can't be transferred between the two. See More
LambdaTest has made automation testing easy for us. See More