SafariDriver is too fast

8 May

Of all the browsers I’ve worked with SafariDriver is too fast. Fast is good but too fast has some issues too.

Don’t know about Opera, but Chrome and/or Firefox is next in fast speed. I don’t test Chrome enough to say if faster than FF but think so, with IE being slowest.

With all the other browsers, FF/Chrome/IE, you can see the visual activity happen in most cases. But SafariDriver does it so fast, you don’t get to visually monitor & verify that what’s automated actually working well other than whether test passes or you get some exception from SafariDriver.

I’d prefer to be able to see the automated actions during a test run…

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2 Responses to “SafariDriver is too fast”

  1. Michael Wowro May 9, 2013 at 5:17 pm #

    Hi David,

    do you know, if there’s a project going on, that tests the speed of browser-driver’s with some standardized code? Would be interesting …

    Yours Michael

    • autumnator May 9, 2013 at 6:43 pm #

      Michael, I don’t know if any such project is occurring or not. Such a project would indeed be interesting.

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