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);
options = SafariOptions() driver = webdriver.Safari(options=options)
var options = new SafariOptions(); var driver = new SafariDriver(options);
options = Selenium::WebDriver::Options.safari @driver = Selenium::WebDriver.for :safari, options: options
let driver = await env.builder() .setSafariOptions(options) .build();
val options = SafariOptions() val driver = SafariDriver(options)
Those looking to automate Safari on iOS should look to the Appium project.
Safari Technology Preview
Apple provides a development version of their browser — Safari Technology Preview To use this version in your code: