C# Expected Conditions are Deprecated. So what?

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My recent Selenium automation projects are built in C#.

It was a while since I did any coding in this language but, since C# was created from Java, I did not expect more than a few days of adjusting to the Selenium C# binding.

One of the surprises I had was the fact that the C# ExpectedConditions class is deprecated.

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Alex Siminiuc

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Blogs about Selenium and Java at https://seleniumjava.com.

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