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shadow$

Access an element inside a given element's shadowRoot. If you are working with lots of nested shadow roots, an alternative approach to shadow$ is to use the deep selector.

Usage#
$(selector).shadow$(selector)
Parameters#
NameTypeDetails
selectorString, Functionselector or JS Function to fetch a certain element
Example#
shadow$$.js
it('should return an element inside a shadowRoot', async () => {
const innerEl = await $('.input').shadow$('#innerEl');
console.log(await innerEl.getValue()); // outputs: 'test123'
});