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Clojure API for Selenium-WebDriver

This is a Clojure library for driving a web browser using Selenium-WebDriver as the backend. For more comprehensive documentation on all of clj-webdriver's features, read the Github wiki. You can generate documentation locally with lein doc (API docs) or lein marg (annotated source).

[clj-webdriver "0.7.2"]

clj-webdriver Resources

External Resources

Please join the Google group if you use this library. I regularly post announcements about upcoming releases, and although I ensure all tests are passing and try to maintain good test coverage before releases, user testing is invaluable. Thank you!



Here's a complete example of how to log into Github, using the high-level Taxi API:

(use '

;; Start up a browser
(set-driver! {:browser :firefox} "")

(click "a[href*='login']")

(input-text "#login_field" "your-username")
(input-text "#password" "your-password")

(submit "#password")

Forms can be filled out en masse using the quick-fill-submit function:

(quick-fill-submit {"#login_field" "your-username"}
                   {"#password" "your-password"}
                   {"#password" submit})

Please note that the high-level Taxi API is only available in the 0.6.0 release series.


For API documentation on the high-level Taxi API (shown above), please see its wiki page.

For reference documentation, run lein doc at the root of this repo. For annotated source documentation, run lein marg.


The master branch of clj-webdriver houses code intended for the next minor-version release. If you want to propose new features for the next release, you're welcome to fork, make a topic branch and issue a pull request against the master branch.

If you want to fix a bug in the current release, please pull against the appropriate branch for the current minor version, 0.6.x.

Running Tests

To run the default suite:

lein test

To run the test suite for an existing hub/node setup:

./script/grid-hub start
./script/grid-node start
lein test :manual-setup

To run the test suite for Saucelabs, first visit the test app on Heroku to make sure it's "awake" and then run:

lein test :saucelabs


There's a Ruby script at script/release. It was written using version 2.2.2, no promises that it works with any other.

./script/release --release-version 8.8.8 --new-version 9.0.0-SNAPSHOT

The --release-version can be -r and the --new-version can be -n. Further, the new version must end with -SNAPSHOT.


Credits to mikitebeka/webdriver-clj for the initial code for this project and many of the low-level wrappers around the Selenium-WebDriver API.

Many thanks to those who have contributed so far (in nick-alphabetical order):

See Github for an up-to-date list of contributors

Open Source Tools

I would like to thank the following companies for providing their tools free of charge to clj-webdriver developers as part of their contribution to the Open Source community.

JetBrains: Intellij IDEA

When I need to do Java, Scala, or even JRuby development, I rely on Intellij IDEA's excellent support for JVM languages. I would like to thank JetBrains for granting clj-webdriver developers a free license to Intellij IDEA Ultimate, now for two years running.

Intellij IDEA: Java IDE with advanced HTML/CSS/JS editor for hardcore web-developers


YourKit is kindly supporting open source projects with its full-featured Java Profiler. YourKit, LLC is the creator of innovative and intelligent tools for profiling Java and .NET applications. Take a look at YourKit's leading software products: YourKit Java Profiler and YourKit .NET Profiler.


Clj-webdriver is distributed under the Eclipse Public License, the same as Clojure.

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