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17th June 2007 - 1.0.0 Beta released
1.0.0 release came after a good delay of delay. The main reason for the delay is that WET has undergone a major revamp in terms of its implementation. The core functionality of WET itself has not changed though. The two major changes in WET are a) The WET UI has been disintegrated and made into separate components and b) dependancy on the RPC server to identify objects has been removed.

The release notes for the 1.0 can be seen at the Release Notes page 
2nd October 2006 Final version of 0.9.8 released.

0.9.8 is a __BIG__ milestone release. This release is expected to bring down the difficulty to use wet significantly and set aside a lot of apprehensions about the requirement of very strong scripting abilities of everbody willing to use WET. 0.9.8 has many new features but the most significant one is the availbitlity of a Test development UI for WET.
The beta2 release itself has a lot of improvements when compared to beta1 - The most significant one being the fact that the simulated browser now looks very close to the real version.
8th August 2006 -  WET TURNS ONE
WET celebrated its one year birthday. We had a small gathering at Thwameva technologies to commemerate this event.

1st April 2006 - Partners with Thwameva Technologies Pvt. Ltd
Thwameva will be sponsoring the development of WET with help from Qantom. Thwameva has agreed to sponsor dedicated resources for future development of WET.
8thAugust2005 - WET is born
Qantom Software released the first version of WET under the BSD opensource license.
Wet's birthday party WET UI - screenshots etc.,

WET is a opensource automated web testing tool which uses Watir as the library to drive web pages. WET drives an IE Browser directly and so the automated testing done using WET is equivalent to how a user would drive the web pages. WET extends the scripting abilities of Watir and also offers the convenience of recorders. It is licensed under LGPL and BSD style open source licenses.