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Oct 20, 2016 - 1 minute read - Linkedin

Selenium 3 is out, give it a shot.

Selenium 3.0.1 has been released. There was even an official announcement of version 3.

No doubt you’ve been putting off investigating Selenium 3 because its been in Beta for a while.

I think you should probably investigate now

The changes I had to make to use version 3 were minimal.

  • I’ve made ChromeDriver my default driver

  • upgrade GeckoDriver to version 0.11.1

  • upgrade HTMLUnit to version 2.23

  • change the way I start FirefoxDriver to continue to use Firefox versions before v 48

It didn’t take long.

I’ve written up the steps you need to take

To make it easy for you, I’ve described the process and steps I took in blog posts, on a slide deck, and in a video.

Blog posts

Slideshare deck

And Even A Video

The changes you have to make are minimal, so it won’t take long to back it out if your test code doesn’t work.

“I’ve been everywhere”

I’ve run version 3.0.1:

  • in Jenkins and travis-ci
  • against BrowserStack and Saucelabs
  • on Mac and Windows and Linux

Version 3.0.1 is much more stable than the beta - it’s time to give it a shot.

- in Linkedin

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