Building a Driver: Lessons Learned From Developing the Internet Explorer Driver

A session at Selenium Conference

Tuesday 17th April, 2012

10:40am to 11:15am (GMT)

As new browsers start to appear (Silk, headless browsers, and so on), there are opportunities for creating new drivers. What are the best methods to use if you want to create your own driver? In this presentation, we will disect the Internet Explorer driver; examine the decisions made for its architecture, code structure, and technology choices; and use it to extrapolate the methods best suited to building a new browser driver from the ground up.

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Jim Evans

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Time 10:40am11:15am GMT

Date Tue 17th April 2012

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