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Browser Automation with Python and Selenium — 18: Remote WebDriver

How to control your automation on a remote machine

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In the previous post, we looked at the usage of Selenium with the unittest module. We will see how to use WebDriver remotely in this last post of the series.

Until now, we executed our automation scripts locally. You can also use WebDriver…

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