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There are some bugs. For example, you can't run Selenium Server via Nightwatch Test Runner so you must do it manually. Also, there is a problem with passing elements-locator as arguments to functions - after writing a function that passes two locators-arguments and trying to pass locators to the function by using Nightwatch notation ('@firstDefinedLocator', '@secondDefinedLocator'), only the first one was passing properly. See More
selenium-webdriverjs: driver.get('http://www.google.com'); driver.findElement(webdriver.By.id('q')).sendKeys('webdriver'); driver.findElement(webdriver.By.id('btnG')).click(); WD.js: browser .get("http://www.google.com") .elementById('q') .sendKeys('webdriver') .elementById('btnG') .click() WebdriverIO: client .url('http://google.com') .setValue('#q','webdriver') .click('#btnG') See More
WebdriverIO lets you use your favorite testing framework (Jasmine, Mocha, Cucumber) and assertion library (Chai for Mocha). Other projects implement their own testing and assertion APIs, for example Nightwatch, Intern. It should be mentioned though that v4.2.16 has an incompatibility with at least tap v7.1.2: stdout/stderr written during a run gets lost. See More
Quite good since it supports testing Electron apps See More