We have learnt a lot in this chapter about using the Advanced User Interactions API. We have seen how we can use it to work against web applications that have a large amount of key strokes or complex mouse movements.
Specifically, we covered:
- What is the Advanced User API: In this section we learnt what the API is and what makes it up. This is important since it sets us up for understanding the rest of the chapter.
- Actions: In this section we saw how we can start using the action chains to start building up complex chains of interactions with the page from typing to mouse movements. One thing to note is that the mouse won't appear to move but the right events will fire.
Now that we've learnt about Advanced User Interactions, we're finished ...