Does Golang have stable support for Selenium WebDriver?

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    Selenium/Webdriver client for Go (by tebeka)

    GitHub - tebeka/selenium: Selenium/Webdriver client for Go

  • go-selenium

    Selenium WebDriver client for Go

    GitHub - sourcegraph/go-selenium: Selenium WebDriver client for Go

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  • chromedp

    A faster, simpler way to drive browsers supporting the Chrome DevTools Protocol.

    Puppeteer is only Chromium based, and entirely specific to Node. The closest to that in Golang would be chromedp which isn't really what I'm looking for.

  • playwright-go

    Playwright for Go a browser automation library to control Chromium, Firefox and WebKit with a single API.

    Similar story for Playwright. It supports more browsers than Puppeteer, and there are bindings for Golang, but it still isn't Selenium.

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