Author: Manuel Lemos
Updated on: 2022-12-07
Posted on: 2022-12-07
Package: PHP Selenium Low Level Tools
Selenium implements provide drivers that can control browsers to perform automated actions.
Selenium WebDriver driver allows the implementation of automation of actions using HTTP requests sent by applications that work externally to Web browsers.
A PHP implementation of Selenium WebDriver allows PHP developers to implement applications that can control a Web browser using PHP code.
This package extends Facebook Selenium WebDriver to implement tool classes that are useful for everyday browser automation tasks like testing different aspects of the way Web page works, like simulating user interactions with the browser.
About the PHP Selenium Low Level Tools Package
The basic purpose is: Control a browser via Selenium WebDriver
Here follows in more detail what it does:
This package can control a browser via Selenium WebDriver.
It provides several classes that can communicate with a browser and requests that specific actions be executed using a PHP Selenium WebDriver implementation.
Currently, it provides the following:
- A base tools class that waits for certain browser events, checks certain page elements, gets page element properties, etc...
- A low-level tools and persistent tools classes that can configure the options of initialization of the browser
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