How to use Fluent Wait in Selenium | Java example

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Learn how to use a Fluent Wait in Selenium with a Java example.

Fluent Wait is a type of what are called explicit waits in Selenium WebDriver. An explicit wait allows us to pause program execution until a given condition is met. Some of the things that we can do with a Fluent Wait are as follows.

☑️ Specify how long we want to wait.
☑️ Specify how often we want to check the DOM for a given condition.
☑️ Specify the types of exceptions we wish to ignore.

In this video, we take a look at how to use a Fluent Wait using Selenium 4.0.

You can find the source code for this project on automateNow's GitHub page.

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00:00 ~ Types of waits in Selenium WebDriver
00:39 ~ What is FluentWait?
01:20 ~ How to create a FluentWait in Selenium
03:29 ~ Test scenario
04:17 ~ Running the test

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