Selenium 4 Tutorial


Selenium 4, the latest version of Selenium, has become the talk of the town since its announcement in 2018. Though it is currently available in the Alpha Version, and there is no official announcement on the 'final' release date. Still, that doesn't deter Selenium users and test automation enthusiasts from exploring and experimenting with it. And why not? After all, Selenium 4 is packed with a host of new features and enhancements than its predecessor. If you are thinking of trying Selenium 4, this tutorial will help.

Upgrading From Selenium 3 To Selenium 4?

In this chapter, we will cover in detail how to upgrade from Selenium 3 to Selenium 4 for Java language bindings. Apart from Java, it is easy to upgrade to Selenium 4 for Selenium supported languages like Python, C#, PHP, Ruby, and JavaScript. Ready to upgrade?


What’s New In Selenium 4 & What’s Being Deprecated?

The most significant change in Selenium 4 is W3C compliance of WebDriver APIs, which boils down to less flaky and more stable cross browser tests. In this chapter, we will cover some of the significant enhancements in Selenium 4 in detail. Also, we will cover some of the features that are deprecated and changed in this newest version. Checkout the blog to learn more!


Selenium 4 With Python

In this chapter, we will show you how to install Selenium 4 for Python. Also, we walk you through the Python Selenium 4 features and how you can use those features in your Python Selenium tests.


Selenium 4 Is Now W3C Compliant

Selenium users can expect less flaky, more consistent, and more stable Selenium automation testing with WebDriver W3C protocol in Selenium 4. Though JSON Wire Protocol will retire in Selenium 4, the possibility is that your tests might be using W3C protocol even though they are not tested on Selenium 4. This is because the WebDriver W3 protocol is available in Selenium v3.8 onwards. Read the blog to learn more!


How To Use Selenium 4 Relative Locator?

Selenium 4 Alpha now offers a new type of locator called the Relative locator. The relative locator in Selenium 4 is an exciting advancement using which developers can access nearby web elements with fewer lines of implementation — wondering how you can use it to pace up your test cycles? Read the blog to find out!


Selenium Grid 4 Tutorial For Distributed Testing

The developer community was very excited regarding Selenium 4 (Alpha), and the addition of several useful features such as Selenium 4 Relative Locator has helped accelerate activities related to Selenium test automation. Checkout this guide and learn more about distributed testing.


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