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Monday, June 1, 2020 by diemol

Selenium 4.0 Alpha 6 is out!

We are very pleased to announce the release of Selenium 4.0 Alpha 6. All the information can be seen in different tweets from the project contributors, here they are all in one place: Happy Friday! I've just pushed Selenium 4.0a6 for Java. There's a lot of nice changes: * Full remoting of the CDP protocol across the Grid * The skeleton of our GraphQL support * Better configuration options, especially for Nodes, via TOML
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Monday, August 6, 2018 by Tour de Dave

Selenium IDE Is Dead, Long Live Selenium IDE!

In August of 2017 Simon shared the bleak, hard news that as of Firefox 55 Selenium IDE would no longer work. Selenium IDE (or as we’ll refer to it from here on out – the Legacy IDE) was, and is, dead. Since then quite a lot has happened with the IDE. We have a new version of it which we are referring to as… Selenium IDE! It is currently in “alpha” and available for use in both Chrome and Firefox.
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Thursday, October 13, 2016 by shs96c

Selenium 3.0: Out Now!

We are very pleased to announce the release of Selenium 3.0. If you’ve been waiting for a stable release since 2.53.1, now’s your chance to update. And if you do, here is what you’ll find: As we’ve said before, for users of the WebDriver APIs this is a drop-in replacement. You’ll find that modern browsers, such as Chrome and Edge will continue to work just as before, and we’ve taken the opportunity to fix some bugs and improve stability.
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