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Thursday, October 29, 2020 by AutomatedTester

Browser Testing and Tools WG Meeting @ TPAC 2020

It’s that time of the year where working groups from the W3C meet up to discuss the various standards that are being worked on. Within the Browser Testing and Tools Working Group, there are 2 different standards. We have: WebDriver WebDriver-Bidi The first is what is commonly supported by the Selenium Project and has support from Apple, Mozilla, Microsoft, and Google in their browsers. It is also supported by various Selenium in the cloud providers like Sauce Labs and BrowserStack.
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Thursday, October 8, 2020 by Sri Harsha

Public Project Meeting - October 08, 2020

Continuing the series of bi-weekly public project meetings, here is the timeline of the meeting held on October 08, 2020 (times are on IST). Meetings are held on the #selenium-tlc channel on Selenium Slack. The next meeting will be on October 22, 2020,5:30 PM CET. Diego Molina 9:03 PM Perhaps the main topics to discuss are these ones: Anything new to report from the last PLC/SFC call? Pending work that needs to be done for Alpha 7?
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Wednesday, September 30, 2020 by diemol

SeleniumConf Virtual 2020 Recap

This year the Selenium Conference was held virtually, and despite that, the conference was again that exciting place where the Selenium community meets every year to share and learn about the most popular browser automation tool in the world. The conference offered talks about improved testing practices, new tools to simplify the setup of automated tests, the future of Selenium, and lots of learnings from speakers who shared their use cases and practical advice for how they use Selenium at work.
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