Selenium WebDriver is a free and open source library for automated testing web applications. I assume that you have had some knowledge of Selenium WebDriver, based on the fact that you picked up this book (or opened it in your eBook reader).
Selenium was originally created in 2004 by Jason Huggins, who was later joined by his other ThoughtWorks colleagues. Selenium supports all major browsers and tests can be written in many programming languages and run on Windows, Linux, and Macintosh platforms.
Selenium 2 is merged with another test framework WebDriver (that’s why you see ‘selenium-webdriver’) led by Simon Stewart at ...