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JUnit 5 and Selenium – improving project configuration

Selenium is a set of tools and libraries supporting browser automation and it is mainly used for web applications testing. One of the Selenium’s components is a Selenium WebDriver that provides client library, the JSON wire protocol (protocol to communicate with the browser drivers) and browser drivers. One of the main advantages of Selenium WebDriver is that it supported by ...

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Advice For Developers Looking To Keep Up With Technology Evolution

In this post, we feature an Advice For Developers Looking To Keep Up With Technology Evolution.The shifting role of technology within all sorts of different industries is written about frequently as employees in roles that previously didn’t have to grapple as intensely with the ever changing world of technology now have a lot of pressure on themselves and need to ...

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Functional Java by Example | Part 8 – More Pure Functions

This is part 8, the last instalment of the series called “Functional Java by Example”. The example I’m evolving in each part of the series is some kind of “feed handler” which processes documents. In the last instalment we’ve seen some pattern matching, using the Vavr library, and treated failures as data too, e.g. take an alternative path and return ...

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Get Started with Jetty, Java, and OAuth

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Easily deploy your app with Okta’s identity management platform Use Okta’s API to authenticate, manage, and secure users in any app within minutes. Try Okta today. Jetty is a small, highly-scalable Java-based web server and servlet engine. It supports HTTP/2, WebSockets, and many other protocols. It powers websites and frameworks, both large and small, such as Google AppEngine. Because it ...

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Top Trends in Software Testing using AI & ML in 2020

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has made some fantastic progress since its exploratory presentation as a PC program intended to beat chess grandmasters. The main colossal accomplishment was IBM’s Deep Blue, which beat world chess champion, Garry Kasparov. That episode was, in a genuine sense, an expression point in AI innovation. AI is just on a par with the information that is ...

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How to build Graal-enabled JDK8 on CircleCI?

Citation: feature image on the blog can be found on flickr and created by Luca Galli. The image in one of the below sections can be also found on flickr and created by fklv (Obsolete hipster). The GraalVM compiler is a replacement to HotSpot’s server-side JIT compiler widely known as the C2 compiler. It is written in Java with the ...

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It’s a Bad Solution to a Problem We Don’t Have

What’s the worst sort of code? Don’t say JavaScript. It’ll grow on you. Nope, not Perl either. Ok, so Perl is quite irritating. The Worst Sort of Code… It’s code we don’t need… followed by code that almost works, and then code that doesn’t work. Code that almost works is very annoying, because you won’t realise it doesn’t work at ...

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ForEach vs Splitter in mule

This example app will show the difference between Foreach and splitter in Mule version 3.x. Collection splitter splits the incoming collection object and then you have to put a aggregator to collect the resultant objects. For each scope is a scope which does not change the payload and you get the same collection object once for each loop completes. <?xml ...

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