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Unit testing of ADF Application using JUnit

JUnit is a unit testing package for Java language and can be used to test Oracle ADF application as ADF is built on top of the J2EE framework. Unit testing is basically is a process to verify the smallest testable module against some defined test criteria. Here I am going to illustrate that how can we set up and use ...

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Switching From One Programming Language to Another: The Benefits of Being Flexible

Any specialist should expand their knowledge and skills if they want to become the best. This applies to many areas, including coding. Programming languages evolve ​​regularly, and projects are becoming more demanding. Today, it is not enough to know only one language. Even guru programmer Joel Spolsky states that there are at least four languages that can make you a ...

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Inject-able only in test?

This article is about some thoughts of test design and testability. Some questions that we discussed with my son, who is a junior Java developer and currently is employed and studies at EPAM Hungary (the same company but a different subsidiary where I work). All the things in this article are good old knowledge, but still, you may find something ...

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How to use github pages as your Helm Charts repository

So you want to publish the Helm chart you’ve created and pushed the source to Github, and for a reason, you don’t want to or can’t publish them to the list of curated Helm charts ? Follow this quick guide to automate the publication of Helm charts to your Github pages hosted Helm repository; we’ll use as an example the ...

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The Best Free Automation Tools for Software Testing

There are free automation tools for functional and performance testing automation of desktop and web applications. In this tutorial, we will see the software testing automation tools for application functionality testing and load testing. Table Of Contents 1. Overview 2. The Best Free Automation Tools for Software Testing 2.1. Desktop Testing Automation Tools 2.2. Web Application Testing Automation Tools 2.3. ...

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HTML Hello World Tutorial

In this post, we feature a comprehensive tutorial on HTML Hello World. We will take a look at the ubiquitous HTML and explore it in detail in this article. Additionally, we will cover HTML Documents, their structure and how to construct our own. We will also learn about various HTML tags or elements and their usage. Although we will not ...

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Waste free coding

This article documents solving a meaningful event processing problem in a highly efficient manner through the reduction of waste in the software stack. Java is often seen as a memory hog that cannot operate efficiently in low memory environments. The aim is to demonstrate what many think is impossible, that a meaningful java program can operate in almost no memory. ...

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What is PaaS? Platform-as-a-Service Types Explained

There’s no single PaaS for everyone. Even the definition of this cloud computing service model is quite vague today. Commonly, it is described as a cloud hosting platform with a set of deployment and scaling automation, application management and DevOps tools that can be run on shared infrastructure or on-premise. Also, PaaS eliminates the complexity of building and maintaining the ...

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