Saturday 1st March, 2014
10:00am to 10:50am
Using the Selenium Grid is a great way to parallelize your test run and give multiple browser support independent of the test machine. However, at times it is not the most stable of solutions.
I’d like to introduce Selenium Grid Extras project, which attempts to correct the shortfalls of the Selenium Grid by cleaning up the node computer before and after each test. The idea behind the project is to automate all of the stability of the grid by turning your Selenium Grid into Self Healing Grid.
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