The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) is an international community dedicated to developing open standards to ensure the web's long term health. The WebDriver API is a language and platform neutral interface intended to allow programs or scripts to control the behavior of a web browser. The API will allow developers to automate a browser from a separate controlling process or through in-browser scripts.
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