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What to do when Firefox crashes under test automation with Selenium

If you have the task to create automated tests for websites you will most likely make use of Selenium when it comes to testing UI interactions. To execute the tests for the various browsers out there each browser vendor offers a so called driver package  which has to be used by Selenium to run each of the commands. In case of Firefox this will be geckodriver. Within the last months we got a couple of issues reported for geckodriver that Firefox sometimes crashes while the tests are running. This feedbackContinue readingWhat to do when Firefox crashes under test automation with Selenium

Element interactability checks with geckodriver and Firefox 58

When you are using Selenium and geckodriver to automate your tests in Firefox you might see a behavior change with Firefox 58 when using the commands Element Click or Element Send Keys. For both commands we have enabled the interactability checks by default now. That means that if such an operation has to be performed for any kind of element it will be checked first, if a click on it or sending keys to it would work from a normal user perspective at all. If not a not-interactable error willContinue readingElement interactability checks with geckodriver and Firefox 58

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