Selenium 4 contains a host of new features, like relative locators, new window commands, interaction with the Chrome DevTools protocol, improved documentation, and more.
In this webinar, Sauce experts and Selenium team members discuss these changes and how they will affect and benefit your existing Selenium tests. They talk about the new features and key advantages of Selenium 4, followed by an ask-me-anything session to answer your questions and make sure you’re truly ready for Selenium 4.
Learn about the new features included in Selenium 4, including relative locators, new window commands, and interaction with the Chrome DevTools protocol
Learn how new features in Selenium 4 will affect your existing Selenium tests and how they can help you better test your applications
Get insights on what is coming for Selenium after this major release
For more information, check out our comprehensive guide to Selenium 4.
Simon Stewart is the creator of WebDriver, the open source web application testing tool, as well as a core Selenium developer. WebDriver remains a hot topic as it is currently going through a W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) specification process, which Simon is a co-editor of.
As Senior Director of Technology Strategy at Sauce Labs, Marcus uses experience from 20+ years in test to manage strategic technical alliances. Within the CTO Office, Marcus works with partners to builds robust, customer-centric solutions around test automation, release management, and the entire SDLC. He started using Selenium/WebDriver in 2007, contributes to the Selenium project, and chairs the Selenium Conference Organizing Committee.