We released Selenide 6.3.0.
Let’s review what’s changed?
switchTo().frame(timeout) with custom timeout
Selenide has methods
switchTo().frame(name) for switching between frames. As usually, with built-in waiting and other bonuses.
But what if the frame is being loaded longer than the default timeout (4 seconds)?
Now you can pass an additional parameter
Duration - the timeout for switching into the frame:
switchTo().frame("ifrm"); // waits up to default timeout (4 seconds) switchTo().frame("ifrm", Duration.ofSeconds(6)); // waits up to 6 seconds
Selenide has method for finding elements by text:
import static com.codeborne.selenide.Selectors.*; $(byText("Hello world")).shouldHave(text("Hello World")); $(withText("Hello")).shouldHave(text("Hello World"));
But sometimes it’s not enough: if there are multiple elements with given text, and you need to pick one of them by tag.
Now Selenide has methods for find by tag and text:
import static com.codeborne.selenide.Selectors.*; $(byTagAndText("h1", "Hello world")).shouldHave(text("Hello World")); $(withTagAndText("h1", "Hello")).shouldHave(text("Hello World"));
Fixed bug in
Now this selector ignores leading/trailing spaces and newlines in the text (like the canonical
Added records “webdriver create” and “webdriver close” to report
If you use Selenide’s
TextReport or plugin
AllureSelenide, you are used to see the report in the end of every test.
The report shows all the performed steps: open a page - find an element - click etc.
Now the report also shows moments when the webdriver was created or closed. This information may be useful when debugging some problems with tests.
Fixed overriding of Selenium timeout
In Selenide 5.22.0 we introduced a hack for overriding Selenium webdriver timeout from (unreasonably long) 3 hours to 2 minutes.
But this hack was broken after upgrade to Selenium 4 (as it always happens to all hacks). Now we reanimated it.
Let me remind that Selenide now has the following timeouts in communication between tests and webdriver:
- connect timeout - 10 seconds
- read timeout - 1.5 minutes
See commit cf02da5.
Removed duplicate wrapping of “Element not found”
Added support for authentication type
Selenide has several types of authentication:
open("/basic-auth/hello", BASIC, "scott", "tiger");
BASIC did really work. Nobody ever tested the other types. :)
And we found that
BEARER type didn’t work. Now we fixed it.
This is how you can use it:
open("/bearer-token-auth/hello", BEARER, new BearerTokenCredentials("token-123"));
See PR 1714.
Now Selenide treats empty settings like
selenide.remote as undefined
This change should make devops’ life easier. When configuring CI pipelines and jobs, you often use variables to set Selenide settings:
GRID_URL variable is not set in some environment, Selenide failed because it tried to parse empty url to set
Now Selenide will treat empty setting like
selenide.remote just undefined and continue work as usually (like
selenide.remote was never set).
Upgraded to Selenium 4.1.2
A heard some users experienced problems with Guava version after upgrading to Selenium 4.1.2. Selenide defined Guava version
explicitly, so generally you should not experience such a problem. If you still get something like
verify the guava version: pribably it’s overridden by some Gradle or Maven plugin. Please refer the old good post about resolving dependencies if needed.
UPD Selenide 6.3.1
Minor update Selenide 6.3.1:
- #1731 we restored possibility to use soft asserts in TestNG in methods
@After*(we occasionally forbidden them it Selenide 6.2.0) - see PR #1732
- #1729 Upgraded from Netty 4.1.73.Final to 4.1.74.Final
UPD Selenide 6.3.2
Another update Selenide 6.3.2:
- #1733 Added a workaround for Selenium bug 10345, which caused failure of method
FirefoxDriver.close()after upgrading to Firefox 97.
- #1736 Upgraded from BrowserUpProxy 2.1.3 to 2.1.4
- #1611 Upgraded Java version from 8 to 17.
Let me explain the Java update. Now Selenide project is built with Java 17, but the generated binaries
are targeted to Java 8. This allows
- Selenide developers use all the latest Java features, and
- Selenide users still run their tests on Java 8 (though we recommend upgrading Java, of course).
UPD Selenide 6.3.3
One more minor update Selenide 6.3.3:
- #1737 allow overriding Firefox preferences for downloading files
- #1740 upgraded to WebDriverManager 5.1.0
UPD Selenide 6.3.4
Another update Selenide 6.3.4:
- #1746 show the expected attribute when
- #1748 fixed module name in generated Selenide binaries
UPD Selenide 6.3.5
Another update Selenide 6.3.5:
- We created a group in LinkedIn: Selenide User Group!
- Post by Miklós Szeles Selenium or Selenide?
- Selenide got to compilation 5 Testing Automation Tools in Qameta Software blog (Allure Report maintainers)
- Selenide got to compilation Top Java Libraries for Automation Testing in 2022
- Post about Selenide in Knoldus blog
- Post The software that doesn’t need documentation by Gaveen Nayanajith
- Post the beginning of a beautiful friendship by Miklós Szeles
I think this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship!