docker-selenium - Selenium in Docker with Chrome & Firefox plus video recording support

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The purpose of this project is to have Selenium running as simple and as fast as possible. This purpose is augmented by Zalenium a project which uses this one to provide docker-selenium(s) on-demand.

https://github.com/zalando/zalenium
https://github.com/elgalu/docker-selenium

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