Safari protractor

I get the below error message. I was not able to get help online. Not sure what I am missing. I have installed the Safari 2. I run safari with protractor 5. ECONNREFUSED connect ECONNREFUSED.

It work well on protractor 5. I need to work on protractor for cross-browser. I tried to run a test suite with the integrated webdriver from Safari 10. It seems to fail on browser. Protractor supports the two latest major versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari , and IE. You can view the current status on Travis.

FireFoxDriver, ChromeDriver, . Please see Browser Support for a full list of supported browsers and known issues.

But for me, the preview works even worse than the release. How to set open safari preview in protractor. OS Sierra with Safari 10. I know there are some issues with async stuff in Safari 1 see also this comment in the protractor git. It describes a workaround for Safari Desktop.

Currently there are some known issues with the webdrivers that can also be found on the . My safari browser unable to locate the elements also and used so many delays: Screen Shot of log. My Configurations are: iMAC Version: 10. OS X El Capitan Safari Version: 10. Also Attaching the screen shot of the log.

You will need to download additional components to work with each of the major browsers. Appium helps make that happen. Actions such as starting, stopping, and configuring the desired capabilities will be taken care of by Protractor. Protractor is a wrapper for our test runner that will manage of all the WebDriver details.

It offers us a more simple and direct way of using WebDriver, one where we need less boilerplate code. Capabilities to be passed to the webdriver instance. Spec patterns are relative to the current working directly when.

In order to perform cross browser testing it is needed to run our protractor script in different browser. Here we will see how we can do that by running our protractor script in different browser. By default all browsers run tests simultaneously, but in my experience it leads to errors (failed expectations), because sometimes .