Safari specific functionality
Unlike Chromium and Firefox drivers, the safaridriver is installed with the Operating System. To enable automation on Safari, run the following command from the terminal:
Capabilities common to all browsers are described on the Options page.
Capabilities unique to Safari can be found at Apple’s page About WebDriver for Safari
Starting a Safari session with basic defined options looks like this:
SafariOptions options = new SafariOptions(); driver = new SafariDriver(options);
@pytest.mark.skipif(sys.platform != "win32", reason="requires Windows")
var options = new SafariOptions(); var driver = new SafariDriver(options);
options = Selenium::WebDriver::Options.internet_explorer(attach_to_edge_chrome: true, edge_executable_path: ENV['EDGE_PATH'])
Those looking to automate Safari on iOS should look to the Appium project.