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Managing IFrames With Germanium

IFrames are a feature that is widely used when implementing complex web applications, but it can cause serious problems and confusion when developing automated tests for such an application. Fortunately, Germanium makes also this part easy.


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Germanium Offers Now Edge Support (Beta)

Version 1.10.0 offers now Edge support. In order to access it you just need to update Germanium (pip install -U germanium), and call open_browser('edge').


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Germanium 1.9.8 Changes Since Last Release

Quite a few changes happened since our last blog post announcing the availability of Germanium 1.9.3.


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Writing Your First Selenium-Germanium Test

Let's assume someone finally convinced you it would be a good idea to have some integration tests using Selenium/Germanium. Where do you go from here?


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Germanium 1.9.3 is Released

With Germanium 1.9.3 a new API for point precision was introduced. Box(Css('#someid')).bottom_right() will return the point in the bottom right of the element that matches.


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Germanium 1.9.0 has Amazing Positional Filtering

With the release of Germanium 1.9.0, not only the positional filtering was completely rewritten (keeping 100% backwards compatibility), but finding items positionally is incredibly simple now.


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Massive Performance Improvements in Germanium 1.8.3

With the 1.8.3 release, the positional filtering is lighting fast.


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Germanium 1.8.0 is Released

Finally there is no need in downloading drivers for WebDriver. With Germanium the drivers are tested and packed in.


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What Do We Learn from the Broken Firefox WebDriver Support

With the new release of Firefox 47, the WebDriver support was left in limbo. On one hand, the old WebDriver API is not accessible anymore, on the other hand the new API (Marionette) explicitly doesn't supports it.


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Germanium 1.7.14 is Released

Germanium 1.7.14 is released. select_file() allows picking files for upload, and a lot of effort was put in Firefox support. WebDriver updates for the other browsers.


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