driver.navigate().forward()1:27 with Craig Dennis
Wrap it up.
You did it, another course under your belt. 0:00 Awesome job, picking up all these new automation skills. 0:02 I hope that you use your newfound powers wisely. 0:05 You successfully navigated the last video of this course. 0:08 Remember to keep practicing and 0:12 exploring using the development tools available to you. 0:14 We didn't cover all the ends and outs that are possible in Selenium, 0:17 there's still iframes, and alerts, and pop ups and multiple windows, 0:20 but I'm now confident that you can find those by perusing the documentation. 0:23 Remember, this API is more or 0:28 less the same in all programming languages like Java, CSharp, Python, Ruby, etc. 0:30 So, with that said, you can also start using these in your testing code bases. 0:35 Using the page object model will allow you to write many reusable and legible, and, 0:39 in my personal opinion, fun tests. 0:44 Your team is going to love you. 0:46 Selenium is an ever evolving open source product that is actively developed. 0:48 So make sure you keep up to date with the changes. 0:53 We've added some notes on how to keep up to date. 0:55 I'd like to give a huge shout out to Nathan Minjee, who helped write this 0:58 course and really help surface the current best practices in the industry. 1:01 Please let us know what you thought of this course and 1:06 please help us to create more content that you need. 1:08 This course was spawned from student requests, and 1:10 we really like guiding our content, based on what you want and need. 1:12 So please make your voice heard. 1:16 Check the teachers note on how. 1:17 I hope you learned a bunch of new tricks and had some fun. 1:20 Keep me posted how much you automate. 1:22 Looking forward to seeing you real soon. 1:24 Until next time. 1:25
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