The W3C WebDriver API is a platform and language-neutral interface and wire protocol allowing programs or scripts to control the behavior of a web browser.
Here's how to get started with WebDriver for Microsoft Edge.
The Microsoft Edge implementation of WebDriver supports both the W3C WebDriver specification and the JSON Wire Protocol for backwards compatibility with existing tests. Check out the WebDriver Status and Commands page for more details on supported commands.
Getting started with WebDriver for Microsoft Edge
- Install Windows 10.
- Download the appropriate Microsoft WebDriver server for your build of Windows.
- Download the WebDriver language binding of your choice. All Selenium language bindings support Edge.
You can find help, report issues, and file feature requests at Microsoft Edge Feedback & Support.
To get started using WebDriver with Microsoft Edge, check out these samples:
- C# code sample for opening a browser window, navigating to bing.com and searching for 'webdriver' (GitHub Gist).