Extensibility. As of now, selenium-webdriver exposes a single class,
WebElement, yet we know the DOM is constructed of more than 58 different elements (thank you google). Now take into account the explosion of CustomElements (polymer, react, etc...). Our front end is built using components, and our integration tests should as well.
The goal of wd-elements is to provide a sane and consistent environment to author integration tests around the concept of custom elements.
const webdriver =const WDE =const driver =// for the most part WDElements behave like native selenium WebElements// the true power comes from primitives and extensibility (see advanced usage)driver
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