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Marionette - Where we are

Mon 09 Mar 2015

I thought that I spend some time describing where we are with the Marionette project. For those that don't know, Marionette is the project to implement WebDriver in Firefox. We are implementing the WebDriver based on the W3C WebDriver specification.

We have working quite hard to get as much of implementation done as per specification. One thing to note is there is a few places where the specification and the open source project have diverged but hopefully a Selenium 3 release can align them again.

So... what is left to do for the Marionette project to be able to ship it's 1.0 release?

and a few other things. Feel free to look at our current roadmap!

That means we have some of the big ticket items, like modal dialog support, landed! We have some of the actions landed and most importantly we have large parts of a driver executable (written in Rust!), like chromedriver or internetexplorerdriver, completed.

Somethings are going slower than anticipated and other sections are shooting along so all in all I am really pleased with the current progress!

If you want to help out, we have a number of good first bugs that you can all join in!

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