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Monday, February 15, 2021 by Simon Stewart

Selenium 4 Beta 1 Released

We’re very happy to announce the release of the first beta of Selenium 4. We’re shipping this for Java, .Net, Python, Ruby, and JavaScript, so if you’re using any of those languages, go and grab it from your package manager of choice! This has been the culmination of a lot of work by so many people, not only the project TLC, but also of literally hundreds of people: 205 since we released Selenium 3.
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Thursday, February 11, 2021 by Diego Molina

Public Project Meeting - February 11, 2021

Continuing the series of bi-weekly public project meetings, here is the timeline of the meeting held on January 28, 2021,5:30 PM CET. (Below times are on CET) Meetings are held on the #selenium-tlc channel on Selenium Slack. Diego Molina 5:31 PM Agenda for today: General project statistics (Previous meeting: 252 open issues, 35 open PRs, Current: 234, 32 PRs) Anything new to report from the last PLC/SFC call? Overall announcements?
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Friday, February 5, 2021 by shs96c

The new Selenium Grid

In the fourth and final post in his series, Simon Stewart continues talking about what’s coming in Selenium 4 and reviews what’s new in the Selenium Grid. We’ve covered a lot of ground in the past few blog posts, including how to contribute to the project, and some details of what you can expect as a Selenium user. But there’s more to Selenium than just the APIs you use to write your tests, and one of the big features we’ve not covered yet is the refreshed Selenium Grid: a mechanism that allows you to distribute your tests across a fleet of machines.
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