About the webinar
Selenium 4 is coming out very soon and going forward Selenium Webdriver will be completely W3C standardized. Browsers such as Chrome, Safari, Firefox, IE and Edge will also follow W3C standardization, bringing more stability around selenium commands working uniformly across different browsers.
Join David Burns, core contributor to Selenium on the 26th of October as he talks about how this would impact your tests and about the brilliant new features that you can start using straight away. David will show how you can access a site protected by basic authentication, identify a DOM mutation, get JS errors or console messages as they happen, use new Print and Window APIs to help with your testing and more.
- Relative Locators
- Event-Driven (CDP) APIs in your tests
- New Window Commands and others
- Questions and Answers
About the speaker:
David Burns is a core contributor to Selenium, Chairperson for the W3C Browser Testing and Tools Working Group, Editor of the W3C WebDriver specification, and Engineering Manager at BrowserStack. He has also authored multiple books, including ‘Selenium 1.0 Testing Tools: Beginner’s Guide’ and ‘Selenium 2 Testing Tools: Beginner’s Guide’.