Sneak Peek into Selenium 3.0Cigniti
At a 2013 conference session, Simon Stewart, the Selenium project lead and inventor of WebDriver, announced that Selenium 3.0, a widely used tool for user-focused automation of mobile and web apps, would be released by Christmas. Three years after that announcement, Selenium 3.0 still hasn’t been released, but this month we got more information about Selenium 3.0 and a more likely release time frame. On 25th May 2016, in a webinar, Stewart did reveal further details about Selenium 3.0. The webinar only had room for 1,000 participants, but the registration list was well over 10,000.
We at Gallop Solutions, Silver Sponsors of Selenium project, bring you the highlights of the announcement and provide insights into roadmap of Selenium project in our webinar.
In this webinar we covered:
- Big changes regarding old Selenium core libraries and focus on Webdriver API
- Impact or changes to WebDriver API of Selenium 2.0
- Changes in the Selenium Java APIs
- Advantages of having W3C WebDriver specifications
- Increasing importance of browser vendors
- Roadmap of Selenium
This webinar is based on things we have known from our direct references and information obtained in SeleniumHQ webinars. Folks attending the webinar would gain insights on Selenium 3.0 & what changes are needed to be done to the existing Selenium suites to make them 3.0 ready. We will also cover a peek view into the Selenium roadmap beyond 3.0, that is, 4.0 and 5.0. View the webinar recording below.
Senior Architect at Gallop
Soujanya has over 14 years of experience in Quality Assurance Engineering and is an expert with diverse automation solutions such as SilkTest, WinRunner, QTP, Selenium using Java, FlexMonkium, FlexMonkey, Selenium-flex-ui, Native Driver, Eclipse TPTP, Twist, Calabash cucumber (for iOS), Calabash android, NodeJS tools protractor and nightwatchJS.
She leads the automation practice at Gallop. Her command over build tools such as ANT and Maven to build the automation suites and execution flow, Test Frameworks like TestNG to build the configuration files for automation & Selenium Grid to implement parallel execution of automation suites is exemplary.