Sauce Labs: How to measure success in continuous testing
A lot has changed in the five years since Selenium 3 was released. Teams have accelerated the move from waterfall to agile, and from on-premise to the cloud. Python overtook Java as the most popular coding language. Sauce Labs joined the W3C, and created an Open Source Program Office. And now, Selenium 4 is about to launch. Are you ready?
Selenium 4 will contain 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 will discuss these changes and how they will affect and benefit your existing Selenium tests. They will 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