Test Automation Framework (Selenium with Java) — Zeitgeist or Page Loading Strategies and Waits
S01E06 of the Test Automation Framework series about everything you’ll need to set up the nice, simple, yet sophisticated framework.
Covered with clear explanations and pretty illustrations.
Sounds like fun? Cool. Now, please, fasten your seatbelts because you’re here for a ride.
A couple of days ago I’ve received an email from the Ultimate QA, as I’ve been using one of their mock pages to fulfill a recruitment task for one of the companies I’ve been applying to a few months back.
The subject stated “Implicit vs Explicit waits??”. The email itself contained a short comparison of both Implicit and Explicit waits with three bullet points per type. There was more material on the topic available in the blog post (from 2016). It contains a decent explanation of the issues that comes with waits, but eventually, it doesn't cover much more than any other article available on the web. Nevertheless, I am grateful for that email, because it struck me with a fact that I know nothing about waits in Selenium.
Shortly after – I’ve begun my research on the topic.