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Our time has come Automation Engineers

With the launch of Selenium v4, we will have lots of re-work upgrading our existing testbeds.

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If you are using selenium in your test automation framework or in your testbed, the time has come to upgrade to the latest version of selenium.

Selenium officially launched the v4 on 13th October with many new features, enhancements, and bug fixes. This is something the selenium…

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Sajitha Pathirana

Sajitha Pathirana

Tech Enthusiast, SDET | Test Automation Consultant, and a Product Designer. I write about QA Trends, Testing, and Test Automation.

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