Recently we got a lot of pull requests with lot of usefull changes. This is the power of open source!
We have merged all those changes and released Selenide 5.7.0.
Before now, Selenide downloaded files to folder
build/reports - the same folder which contains generated test reports.
But sometimes people want to have reports and screenshots in separate folders.
For those people we added a dedicated setting
Configuration.downloadsFolder - now Selenide will download files there.
By default it’s
Download files to
Configuration.downloadsFolder instead of
We had one more nuance when downloading files via proxy (
Selenide downloads files to its own folder
build/downloads), but browser also downloads the same
files to folder
~/Downloads (or what is the system default). It takes disk space, and nobody cleans up those files after test run.
Now Selenide configures webdriver to download files to folder
- But only for Chrome and Firefox by now.
- And only in case of Selenide opens webdriver by itself.
Added method for switching between windows with custom timeout
As you know, Selenide has methods for switching between tabs/windows:
This method is smart enough to wait until window is loaded. But it was impossible to set a timeout: the default 4 seconds was used here.
Now we added a overloaded method with timeout parameter:
switchTo().window(3, Duration.ofSeconds(42)); switchTo().window(3, Duration.ofMillis(16000));
Added logging of “readonly” attribute
… when searching first/last element of an empty collection
And several screenshot improvements
1. Returned the lost screenshots in
2. Fixed link to screenshots in Jenkins
Now Selenide can read environment variable
BUILD_URL, and you don’t need to set system variable
BUILD_URL in your build scripts.
3. Fixed paths to s reenshots in multi-module Maven builds
Upgraded to WebDriverManager 3.8.1
See changelog (including support for Edge 80).
Welcome to Kiev in February, 21-22 to SeleniumCamp conference!
I will present two talks:
and I will also hold an informal BOF session about Selenide roadmap.
Meetup about Selenide in Germany
Some folks organize a Selenide meetup in Germany in February, 12.
That’s cool, right?
The number of Selenide downloads over the year increased 2.5 times from 40 thousand to 110 thousand.
And the number of unique IPs exceeded 20 thousand:
We are growing!