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How To Modify HTTP Request Headers In JAVA Using Selenium WebDriver?

One of the most common test automation challenges is how do we modify the request headers in Selenium WebDriver. As an automation tester, you would come across this challenge for any programming language, including Java. Before coming to the solution, we need to understand the problem statement better and arrive at different possibilities to modify the header request in Java ...

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Understanding Selenium: The Automation Testing Tool

With an increasing demand for test automation services, organizations are looking at investing in the best test automation tools for their business. Selenium is on the top of their list because of its numerous advantages. Research has predicted the growth of the Global Automation testing market to reach US$ 109.69 billion by 2025, which means that software testing is evolving ...

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Apache Camel 3.11 What’s New

Apache Camel 3.11 has just been released. This is a LTS release which will be supported for 1 year with regular patch and security releases. This blog post first details the noteworthy changes since the last 3.10 release from last month. For readers that are upgrading from the last 3.7 LTS release then we have added a summary section that ...

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Set it up

In Java, we often have framework support for importing settings from the file system of our application. If we’re lucky, and we often are, these settings can be customised and overridden by system properties or environment variables. However, there are a couple of situations where this doesn’t quite apply: Very lightweight applications that use no frameworksLoading custom settings based on ...

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Java 8 Streams Filter With Multiple Conditions Examples

A quick guide to java 8 streams filtering concept with multiple conditions. This demonstrates how to use filter() in a more advanced way with examples 1. Overview In this tutorial, We’ll learn how to utilise stream filter() with several filter conditions (can be more than one condition). Normally, we apply a single condition to streams using filter() method with lambda ...

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Java – How to Convert Java Array to Iterable?

A quick guide to convert an array to iterable in java using Stream api with examples programs in two ways. 1. Overview In this tutorial, We will learn how to convert java array to iterable in different ways with example programs. First we will go thorough the basic one how to iterate over the array values. Next, how to convert ...

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Java 8 – Converting a List to String with Examples

A quick guide to convert List to String in java using different methods and apache commons api with examples. 1. Overview In this tutorial, we will learn how to convert List to String in java with example programs. This conversion is done with the simple steps with java api methods. First, we will understand how to make List to String ...

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Keeping track of requests and Responses on Spring WebFlux


In any rest-api based application it’s a matter of time when there is going to be the need to intercept the requests towards the application and execute more than one actions. If those actions, are actions that need to apply towards all requests to the application then the usage of filters makes sense, for example security. On Servlet based applications ...

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BigQuery Storage API: Avro


Previously we had an introduction on the BigQuery Storage API and we proceeded reading data using the Arrow format. In this tutorial we shall read Data using the Avro format. What applied on the previous tutorial applies here too. We shall create a BigQuery Storage Client, create a ReadSession using the Avro format and iterate the data on each stream. ...

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