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[HDGEM] WebDriver is a general purpose library for automating web browsers.

WebDriver was started as part of the Selenium project, which is a very popular and comprehensive set of tools for browser automation, initially written for Java but now with support for most programming languages.
Nightwatch uses the WebDriver API to perform the browser automation related tasks, like opening windows and clicking links for instance.

WebDriver is now a W3C specification, which aims to standardize browser automation. WebDriver is a remote control interface that enables introspection and control of user agents. It provides a platform and a restful HTTP api as a way for web browsers to be remotely controlled

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