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This is kind of already posted here:

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but wanted to note this in this forum of example scripts in case some people only look in this forum for examples and not the other forums with respect to AutoIt integration or relation to Selenium WebDriver.

So, the example in summary is: you can use Selenium WebDriver API to do AutoIt GUI automation (the ControlXyz() and WinXyz() functons, along with mouse and "send keys" functions). Although I suppose that might be opposite or counter to what most examples here are about - using AutoIt to do or control other stuff rather than using other stuff to control/run AutoIt. But regardless, it is an example implementation of a different use case for AutoIt beyond the general AutoIt community, like those who also use Selenium WebDriver and/or need to integrate Selenium with AutoIt for remote deployment.

https://github.com/daluu/AutoItDriverServer

with specific demo examples here:

https://github.com/daluu/AutoItDriverServer/blob/master/sample-code/CalculatorTest.java

https://github.com/daluu/AutoItDriverServer/blob/master/sample-code/calculator.py

https://github.com/daluu/AutoItDriverServer/blob/master/sample-code/SeleniumIntegrationTest.java

https://github.com/daluu/AutoItDriverServer/blob/master/sample-code/SeleniumIntegrationWithAutoItDriver.py

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