Next-gen browser and mobile automation test framework for Node.js.
WebdriverIO is a test automation framework that allows you to run tests based on the Webdriver 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.
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I've used this framework in our project for tests. the API documentation is really good. They Synchronously implement asynchronous browser commands so we don't have to worry about promises in browsers. The syntax is similar for selenium-webdrive but webdriverio is simpler. The even have commands to generate config files automatically. Also it works with almost any testing framework or library incase you want to use your favourate tool. I haven't found any negative aspect to this library yet so it's a heads-up from me. Thank you!
Webdriverio is really easy to get started and we started using webdriverIo version 4. started from test and writing on end to end testing would not take us more time. However, It could have been better if the newer version has good migration documentation for a smooth transition.