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What Is Fluent Wait In Selenium?

Fluent Wait In Selenium | By Vakul Gotra | September 27, 2021

What Is Fluent Wait In Selenium?In this era of rapid technological advancements, innovative QA companies are using Selenium to deliver high-quality products to their clients.

In Selenium fluent wait is mainly used to define the maximum time a web driver has to wait for a given condition. Furthermore, the frequency with which the user wants to check the condition before throwing an "ElementNotVisibleException" exception.

Additionally, it verifies the web element at some intervals until the element is found or the timeout happens.

Syntax of Fluent Wait:

Wait wait = new FluentWait(WebDriver reference).withTimeout(timeout, IN SECONDS).pollingEvery(timeout, IN SECONDS).ignoring(Exception.class);

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