Next-gen Browser & Mobile Automation Test Framework for Node.js


Next-gen browser and mobile automation test framework for Node.js.

WebdriverIO is a test automation framework, for e2e as well as unit and component testing in the browser, that allows you to run tests based on the WebDriver, WebDriver BiDi as well as Chrome DevTools protocol and Appium automation technology. It provides support for your favorite BDD/TDD test framework and will run your tests locally or in the cloud using Sauce Labs, BrowserStack, TestingBot or LambdaTest.

👩‍💻 👨‍💻 Contributing

Do you like WebdriverIO and want to help make it better? Awesome! Have a look into our Contributor Documentation to get started and find out what contributions can be and how to make them.

Getting started with GitHub Codespaces

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A codespace will open in a web-based version of Visual Studio Code. The dev container is fully configured with software needed for this project.

Note: Dev containers is an open spec which is supported by GitHub Codespaces and other tools.

Getting started with Gitpod

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to get a ready-to-use development environment for you to start working on this code base.

If you're looking for issues to help out with, check out the issues labeled "good first pick". You can also reach out to our Matrix Channel if you have questions on where to start contributing.

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📦 Packages

This repository contains some of the core packages of the WebdriverIO project. There are many wonderful curated resources the WebdriverIO community has put together.

Did you build a WebdriverIO service or reporter? That's awesome! Please add it to our configuration wizard and docs (e.g. like in this example commit) as well as to our awesome-webdriverio list. Thank you! 🙏 ❤️


  • webdriver - A Node.js bindings implementation for the W3C WebDriver and Mobile JSONWire Protocol
  • devtools - A Chrome DevTools protocol binding that maps WebDriver commands into Chrome DevTools commands using Puppeteer
  • webdriverio - Next-gen browser and mobile automation test framework for Node.js
  • @wdio/cli - A WebdriverIO testrunner command line interface


  • @wdio/config - A helper utility to parse and validate WebdriverIO options
  • @wdio/logger - A helper utility for logging of WebdriverIO packages
  • @wdio/protocols - Utility package providing information about automation protocols
  • @wdio/repl - A WDIO helper utility to provide a repl interface for WebdriverIO
  • @wdio/reporter - A WebdriverIO utility to help reporting all events
  • @wdio/runner - A WebdriverIO service that runs tests in arbitrary environments
  • @wdio/utils - A WDIO helper utility to provide several utility functions used across the project
  • @wdio/globals - A WDIO helper utility for importing global variables directly




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Next-gen Browser & Mobile Automation Test Framework for Node.js
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