Selenium has become the default standard for web testing, as evidenced by a 300% increase in job postings over the past 3 years. At the same time, Web testing continues to become increasingly complex, especially with the widespread use of Web Components and Shadow DOM in apps, as well as Chrome, Mozilla, and Edge-blocking APIs.  

With all of these changes taking place at once, it becomes critical to understand how they are impacting the way web and mobile applications are being built. How will Selenium keep up with all these changes?  

Join SmartBear's Nikhil Kaul, Product Manager, and Dave Haeffner, the author of Elemental Selenium and co-organizer of the Selenium Hangout, to discuss the broad implications of these developments. 

Highlights include:
  • Web testing trends in 2016 and what they mean for Selenium
  • How is Selenium accommodating to these trends?
  • Traditional challenges associated with Selenium
  • How to overcome these challenges while designing test cases
  • What does the future of Selenium look like?

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Web Testing & Selenium: The Current State and Future Possibilities
Nikhil Kaul
Product Manager, TestComplete
SmartBear Software
Dave Haeffner
Author, Elemental Selenium
Co-Organizer, Selenium Hangout