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Why Frontend Developers should learn Firebase in 2020?

While Firebase is around for quite some time, it really got the traction in the last couple of years after the popularity of Google Cloud Platform increased, and several other Firebase services were introduced. If you are really React.js, Angular, Vue.js, or any other frontend development framework, you will benefit from Firebase. It provides an online, free database and several ...

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4 Tips To Prepare For Your Upcoming Web Development Interview

You’ve got the duty interview. The hard part is over! Or is it? Here are four tips to assist you to make preparations for your web development interview. Interviewing as a web developer isn’t the same as other job interviews. Most coding-based interviews follow an analogous format that tests your knowledge. And these could also be a small amount more ...

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WebDriverIO Tutorial For Handling Dropdown In Selenium

While performing automated browser testing, there’ll be plenty of times when you’d have to handle the dropdown menu. Often used in forms, dropdown works great when it comes to conserving space and preventing users from choosing the wrong option in a form. I’d have rarely come across a form without dropdown to select a field from multiple options. Thereby, it ...

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How To Stop Test Suite after N Test Failures in Pytest?

An exhaustive test-suite comprises of many test cases that test different features on various combinations of browsers, platforms, and devices Though it is recommended not to skip tests, there are cases where you may want to stop test suite after n test failures, (n is the failure threshold value) number of the test fails while performing Selenium test automation. The ...

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Devising A UI Test Plan That Works Like A Charm

User Interface(UI) is the first thing that the user comes in contact with on your website. A good user interface attracts the user and helps to create a distinct identity of a website.This is why it becomes vital to test your UI, before pushing your website into production. UI Testing is a very important phase of development that opens up ...

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Packaging a React App with Spring Boot

1. Introduction This is an in-depth article related to building a react app with Spring Boot. Spring Boot framework has features related to creating web based applications. The framework has utilities and annotations to create REST based services. 2. Spring Boot – React App 2.1 Prerequisites Java 8 or 9 is required on the linux, windows or mac operating system. ...

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Coding Challenge: Product of Array Except Self

I came across this interesting video on YouTube talking about an example of coding question often asked at interviews at places such as Apple and Amazon and it immediately piqued my interest. It looked pretty simple so I thought I would give it a try, and amazingly I got the answer in under 3 minutes using JavaScript. Here is my ...

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3 ways to engage developers in the UX process

Working as a UX-designer among a pack of back-end developers can be a challenge. The best technical solution is not always in line with the best interests of the user. So sometimes, you really have to stand your ground when delivering your work to the team.  The value of a good design and a smooth user experience is indispensable. Creating this awareness ...

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Using FreeCodeCamp as an experienced developer

I am an experienced Full stack Developer specializing in Java, Javascript and React. This is a broad skill set, and you quickly become aware of your strengths and weaknesses. This blog post is about my experience of using FreeCodeCamp as an experienced developer to address my weakness in CSS. I first started experimenting with Html and writing web pages around ...

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