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[MEGA DEAL] The Comprehensive JavaScript Bundle (97%)

Gain an Extensive (42-Hours!) JavaScript Education & Learn How to Build Web Applications with This Foundational Language Hey fellow geeks, This week, on our JCG Deals store, we have another extreme offer. We are offering a massive 97% off on The Comprehensive JavaScript Bundle. Get it now with only $31, instead of the original price of $ 1.492 . JavaScript ...

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How Do You Calculate Your ROI On Test Automation With Selenium?

Cross browser testing has been a type of testing which requires a tremendous amount of effort and time. The process of testing your web-app over different browsers, operating systems, devices, screen resolutions to evaluate the rendering of your web content for a variety of your audience is an activity. Especially, if approached manually. Automated cross browser testing with Selenium can ...

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Clean Your Backlogs

I’ve been working at the intersection of the project portfolio and the product roadmaps. (You can tell because of the various posts about information persistence.) Here’s what I find when I work with my clients: They have years worth of projects in the project portfolio.They have years worth of ideas in various states of description in what they’re calling product roadmaps.They have years ...

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Converting objects to Map and back

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In large enterprise applications sometimes we need to convert data objects to and from Map. Usually, it is an intermediate step to a special serialization. If it is possible to use something standard then it is better to use that, but many times the architecture envisioned by some lead architect, the rigid environment or some similar reason does not make ...

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3 Steps to Plan a Fantastic User Experience

User experience (UX) is the process of designing products—in this case software programs or apps—so that they provide a meaningful and relevant experience to the end user. The field of user-centered design took off after Don Norman, the “father of UX,” published his book: The Design of Everyday Things. Norman opened his readers’ eyes to the wider context of user ...

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Selenium Java Tutorial – Class Name Locator In Selenium

CSS Locator in Selenium is one of the most important aspects of writing a script. If you cannot locate an element by using any CSS locator in Selenium, then being proficient at Selenium automation will be a tough task. Selenium provides multiple ways of locating an element. You can check out other articles around different CSS locator in Selenium that ...

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Find Elements With Link Text & Partial Link Text In Selenium

CSS locators in Selenium are a fundamental concept that every tester who aims to perform automation testing with Selenium, should be aware of. Proficient use of CSS locators in Selenium can help you perform testing in a more efficient & thorough manner. I have been in the automation testing industry from 7 years now, & I often observe that testers ...

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Local Microservices: First-Class Procedures

This is the third article in a three part series on local microservices.  The first two articles looked at: Object Orientation Behaviour Coupling ProblemBreaking the Jigsaw These articles identified the method coupling of Object Orientation creates a monolithic jigsaw of different shaped objects.  Microservices are breaking these into more manageable, smaller jigsaws that appear similar in shape. This article continues ...

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