Whether you're new to Selenium or want to deepen your knowledge, we've got you covered.
An engaging conversation with renowned Boni Garcia about all things testing, automation, Selenium, and software development as a career.
These open source frameworks offer a range of features and capabilities that make it easier for developers to automate their web applications.
In this article we’ll show you how to run Selenium WebDriver in Java using IntelliJ on Windows.
Learn about CSS rules and pseudo-classes to help you move your XPATH locators to CSS.
Selenium 4 offers a way of locating elements by using natural language terms. This article describes how to use the new Relative Locators.
Learn how Selenium’s click() command works to simulate mouse clicks for automated UI testing, as well as how to send a right-click mouse command.
Selenium is the industry-standard, open-source testing automation framework. This blog explains how to use XPath as a web element locator in Selenium.
Learn how to use Selenium's implicit, explicit, and fluent wait commands to improve automated test scripts.
In this article, you'll learn how to use Selenium with Python for automated testing. You will run a variety of tests on a sample website to get a fundamental understanding of automated testing with these tools.
Keep your existing Grid, and automatically send overflow/different tests (e.g. Safari) to Sauce Labs!
On this episode of The Test Automation Experience, Titus Fortner, one of the leaders and developers of Selenium WebDriver, talks about page objects and frameworks.