The Appium Desired Capabilities are the heart of a seamless and efficient mobile app testing experience. Learn how to define precisely what attributes your session should possess in the blog post.
Diego Molina takes you step-by-step through how to get started with automated testing.
Diego Molina shares his key takeaways from the 2022 Mobile Ecosystem Survey.
Learn what's new in Selenium 4.10 in this live Q&A with Sauce Labs' Diego Molina and Nikolay Advolodkin.
Selenium 4 offers a way of locating elements by using natural language terms. This article describes how to use the new Relative Locators.
One of the most interesting and awaited features included in Selenium 4 are the bidirectional APIs. They allow us to do things like: intercept network requests, mock backends, perform basic authentication, and view the console logs. Everyone is referring to this as the Chrome DevTools Protocol APIs.
This article covers the new features in Selenium 4 that are specific to Firefox.
Selenium Grid 4 has been rewritten from scratch, with all the learnings from the past, plus it takes advantage of modern infrastructure (such as Docker and distributed tracing).
Selenium 4 includes a new command to help users create a new tab or a new window. This article provides some code examples that show how to use it.
Selenium 4 allows users to print a page as a PDF through Chrome, Firefox, and Edge.
The Selenium team has spent a good amount of time making the upgrade process as painless as possible. A few things have been deprecated, so you might hit a couple of issues while upgrading, especially if you have built custom functionalities in your testing framework. This guide will show you how to move from Selenium 3 to Selenium 4.