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Selenium Core

Selenium Core is a JavaScript-based test tool for Web applications. Selenium Core tests run directly in a browser, just as real users do. And they run in Internet Explorer, Mozilla, and Firefox on Windows, Linux, and Macintosh.


Recent releases

  •  16 Nov 2007 22:03

    Release Notes: This release includes a new XPath count command, which tells you how many elements match a given XPath. HTML Selenese TestRunner can now save the logs of an automated test run along with the Selenese test results. There are significant fixes/improvements in XPath support.

    •  12 Dec 2006 08:17

      Release Notes: A critical bug in all waitFor* commands that made them never timeout was fixed. Bugs with element highlighting and support for IE HTA mode were fixed. Additional warnings were provided in the release notes.

      •  15 Nov 2006 06:01

        Release Notes: This is a bugfix release. New features include support for holding down Ctrl/Shift/Alt while performing click and mouse events, and support for Firefox 2.0 and IE7.

        •  01 Nov 2006 13:35

          Release Notes: Highlights of this release include a "multiWindow" option which places the application under testing in a separate window, allowing "frame-busting" applications to be tested. Page-load detection for popup windows is now more reliable. New cookie-management actions were added. A run-speed slider and "Pause" button were added, replacing the old Run/Walk/Step radio buttons. Many bugfixes and stability improvements were made. This release was tested against the latest versions of Firefox, IE6, Opera, Konqueror, Safari, and WebKit.


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