recentpopularlog in

selenium

« earlier   
5. Waits — Selenium Python Bindings 2 documentation
Expected Conditions

There are some common conditions that are frequently of use when automating web browsers. Listed below are the names of each. Selenium Python binding provides some convenience methods so you don’t have to code an expected_condition class yourself or create your own utility package for them.

title_is
title_contains
presence_of_element_located
visibility_of_element_located
visibility_of
presence_of_all_elements_located
text_to_be_present_in_element
text_to_be_present_in_element_value
frame_to_be_available_and_switch_to_it
invisibility_of_element_located
element_to_be_clickable
staleness_of
element_to_be_selected
element_located_to_be_selected
element_selection_state_to_be
element_located_selection_state_to_be
alert_is_present
selenium  python  testing  how  howto  How_to  documentation 
5 days ago by catichenor
tryolabs/requestium: Integration layer between Requests and Selenium for automation of web actions
requestium - Integration layer between Requests and Selenium for automation of web actions
selenium  automation  testing  python  web-app 
9 days ago by hschilling
Requestium (Integration layer between Requests and Selenium for automation of web actions)
Requestium is a python library that merges the power of Requests, Selenium, and Parsel into a single integrated tool for automatizing web actions.

The library was created for writing web automation scripts that are written using mostly Requests but that are able to seamlessly switch to Selenium for the JavaScript heavy parts of the website, while maintaining the session.

Requestium adds independent improvements to both Requests and Selenium, and every new feature is lazily evaluated, so its useful even if writing scripts that use only Requests or Selenium.
selenium  python  testing 
14 days ago by shearichard

Copy this bookmark:





to read