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What are the different browsers supported by Selenium?

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Different Browser Supported By Selenium

Selenium is not a single tool, instead it is a set of following components/tools:

  • > Selenium IDE
  • > Selenium RC
  • > Selenium WebDriver
  • > Selenium Grid

Selenium Components or Tools

 

 

 

 

As Selenium RC is deprecated and Selenium Grid is just a set of configurations, I will explain the different browsers supported for the below Selenium components only:

  • > Selenium IDE
  • > Selenium WebDriver

Different Browsers Supported by Selenium IDE:

Latest version of Selenium IDE got released into the market by Selenium guys in the Aug 2018 and it supports the following two browsers:

  • > Firefox Browser
  • > Chrome Browser

So, latest version of Selenium IDE can be installed on both Firefox Browser and Chrome Browser

Selenium IDE and Browsers Support

 

 

 

 

 

Where as the older version of Selenium IDE used to support only the below browser:

  • > Firefox Browser

Different Browsers Supported by Selenium WebDriver:

Selenium WebDriver supports all the below mentioned famous browsers in the market:

  • > Firefox Browser
  • > Chrome Browser
  • > Internet Explorer Browser
  • > Safari Browser
  • > Edge Browser
  • > Opera Browser

Selenium WebDriver and Browsers Support

Watch this video on “What are the different browsers supported by Selenium?” for more clarity:

Conclusion:

  • > Latest version of Selenium IDE supports both Firefox and Chrome Browsers
  • > Older version of Selenium IDE used to support Firefox Browser
  • > Selenium WebDriver supports Firefox, Chrome, Internet Explorer, Safari, Edge and Opera Browsers

Next Steps:

  • > To learn more about Selenium, continue to the next post (Click on Next Post link below)
  • > Check complete Selenium Tutorial Contents here (Click here)

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Happy Learning 🙂

Arun Motoori (www.QAFox.com)

On a mission to help the Testing Community in all possible ways.

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