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Desired Capabilities in Selenium Testing With Examples

Desired Capabilities is a class used to declare a set of basic requirements such as combinations of browsers, operating systems, browser versions, etc. to perform automated cross browser testing of a web application. When we try to automate our test scripts through Selenium automation testing, we need to consider these combinations to declare a specific test environment over which our ...

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Looking for Ambassadors! Hey fellow geek! We have some great news! We are currently in the process of launching our Ambassador program. We are looking for people that will help us spread the word about our work and in return will win cool gifts! As an ambassador, you will be provided with a dedicated link that you can promote to ...

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Java: Release of Speedment 3.2 – Now Enabling Lightweight Database Microservices

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Several traditional ORMs do not fully honor Java module encapsulation (JPMS). This often means a lot of unnecessary files and classes are used when deploying microservices. The latest major release 3.2 of open-sourceSpeedment solves this problem by introducing module system support allowing efficient deployment of cloud applications and providing a more stringent API. In this article, you will learn what’s ...

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Repeated code

Introduction It is usually not good to have copy/paste code in our Java application but sometimes it is unavoidable. For example the project License3j provides a method isXXX in the Feature class for each XXX type it supports. In that case, we can do no better than write 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 ...

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Java: How to Create Lightweight Database Microservices

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The number of cloud-based Java database applications grows by the minute. Many organizations deploy hundreds if not thousands of microservice instances. However, most applications carry an astounding amount of unnecessary overhead with respect to the runtime environment. This, in turn, makes the application slower and more expensive to run. In this article, I will demonstrate how to write a database ...

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Top 3 Tools for Web Developers

In this post, we feature a comprehensive article about the Top 3 Tools for Web Developers. A Web developer is a kind of programmer that develops World Wide Web applications using the model of Client-Server. There can be two to three types of web developers depending on the details. Usually, there is the front end developer that deals in the ...

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What’s the Best Framework For Building Mobile Apps ?

What’s the Best Framework For Building Mobile Apps ? Mobile apps are the key to success in a digitally-driven economy. Whether you are an entrepreneur or a standalone developer, building mobile apps is one huge importance. Now, there are multiple ways to get your work done or to be specific, develop a mobile app. Some prefer developing a native app ...

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Android Jetpack Compose – Once and For All !

Jetpack compose is out for developer preview as was announced in Android Dev Summit 2019. It has been creating a buzz around the town with it’s declarative UI capabilities.  I recently got around to trying Jetpack Compose and I actually started liking it! Let me preface this by saying that I actually didn’t like Flutter that much. Even though it’s ...

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Big Data And How To Master It (Practical Guide)

With the rise of technology, digital information from people, businesses, and machines have increased exponentially over the decades. Data is now considered the petroleum of the 21st century. Organizations producing megabytes of data a few decades back are now producing petabytes of new data every hour. For example, more than 3.3 billion smartphone users in the world. Introducing Big Data ...

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