Features

Puppeteer & WebdriverIO


WebdriverIO is a popular Automation Test Framework for Node.js.
It has built-in support for both WebDriver and the Chrome DevTools Protocol.


To get started, please install WebdriverIO:

npm i @wdio/cli @wdio/local-runner

Next, create a simple test suite with the command below. Follow the steps to set up a test suite.

npx wdio config

This will generate some files that we can use to run a Puppeteer test with WebdriverIO on the TestingBot browser grid.

Run your first test


Create a new spec file with the example code below:

import { format } from 'util'
import { remote } from 'webdriverio'

(async () => {
    const browser = await remote({
        capabilities: {
            'wdio:devtoolsOptions': {
                browserWSEndpoint: format(
                    `wss://cloud.testingbot.com?key=%s&secret=%s&browserName=chrome&browserVersion=latest`,
                    process.env.TESTINGBOT_KEY,
                    process.env.TESTINGBOT_SECRET
                )
            }
        }
    })

    await browser.url('https://testingbot.com')

    const title = await browser.getTitle()
    console.log(title) // returns "Cross Browser Testing and Mobile App Testing | TestingBot"
    await browser.deleteSession()
})()

You can find more information about WebdriverIO's Puppeteer support in the WebdriverIO documentation.

Specifying browser and version

To specify on which browser and version your WebdriverIO + Puppeteer test should run, you can include both a browserName and browserVersion in the browserWSEndpoint URL.

Select a browser & version