Below is where you can find the latest releases of all the Selenium components. You can also find a list of previous releases, source code, and additional information for Maven users.
The Selenium Server is needed in order to run Remote Selenium WebDriver (Grid).
This is required if you want to make use of the latest and greatest features of the WebDriver InternetExplorerDriver.
Please make sure that this is available on your
%PATH% on Windows) in order for the IE
Driver to work as expected.
In order to create scripts that interact with the Selenium Server (Remote WebDriver) or create local Selenium WebDriver scripts, you need to make use of language-specific client drivers.
While language bindings for other languages exist, these are the core ones that are supported by the main project hosted on GitHub.
|Language||Stable Version||Release Date||Alpha Version||Alpha Release Date||Links|
|Ruby||3.142.6||October 04, 2019||4.0.0alpha4||January 09, 2020||Download Alpha Download Changelog API Docs|
|Java||3.141.59||November 14, 2018||4.0.0-alpha-4||January 09, 2020||Download Alpha Download Changelog API Docs|
|Python||3.141.0||November 01, 2018||4.0.0a3||October 01, 2019||Download Alpha Download Changelog API Docs|
|C#||3.14.0||August 02, 2018||4.0.0-alpha04||January 11, 2020||Download Alpha Download Changelog API Docs|
Nuget latest release is 3.14.0. Released on 2018-08-02
Selenium IDE is a Chrome and Firefox plugin which records and plays back user interactions with the browser. Use this to either create simple scripts or assist in exploratory testing.
Download previous IDE versions here.
If you're using Maven, you will find more information here.
Selenium can be extended through the use of plugins.
Here are a number of plugins created and maintained by third parties. For more information on how to create your own plugin or have it listed, learn more here.
GeckoDriver is implemented and supported by Mozilla, refer to their documentation for supported versions.
Only version 11 is supported, and it requires additional configuration.
SafariDriver is supported directly by Apple, for more information, check their documentation
OperaDriver is supported by Opera Software, refer to their documentation for supported versions.
ChromeDriver is supported by the Chromium project, please refer to their documentation for any compatibility information
Microsoft is implementing and maintaining the Microsoft Edge WebDriver, please refer to their documentation for any compatibility information
Most versions of MS Windows that are currently still supported by Microsoft should work with Selenium. Although we use the latest MS Windows to troubleshoot things, it does not mean Selenium won't attempt to support different versions of Windows. This only means we don't continually run tests on other particular version of Windows.
We currently do not use any version of macOS in our automated tests against the selenium project. However most developers on the project are using a recent version of macOS and we'll continue to support the current stable release and often the previous release.
We test mainly on Ubuntu, but other variations of Linux should also work where the browser manufacturers support them.
You can also find a list of the Selenium source code at our GitHub repository here.
Selenium has many projects that combine to make a versatile testing system.
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