• selector - selector string

The $$() method returns an array of DOM nodes matching the provided selector scoped to the current interactor. Unlike the $() method, an error will not be thrown if the elements do not exist, instead it will return an empty array. The array returned by this method is not a live list of elements, it is an array of elements that existed at the time the method was called.

let group = new Interactor('.checkbox-group');

group.$$('input').forEach(checkbox => {
  console.log(, checkbox.value);