Vector in R “Vector” variables allow for storage of a series of elements within the...Read More
Java 10 is the most accelerated release of a Java version in its 23-year history. Java has been criticized for its slow growth and evolution, but Java 10 just went against that concept. This is a release with many developments, the range, and impact of which may not be visible but are far fetching. Here in this article, we will look for some critical Java 10 FeaturesRead More
Java is a general, all-purpose computer programming language that is circumstantial, class-based, object-oriented, and specially designed to have few application dependencies as possible. Java was developed initially for interactive television, but it was too advanced technology for the digital cable television industry at the time. It is proposed to let application developers "write once, run anywhere, suggesting that compiled Java code can run on all platforms that condone Java without the necessity to recompile. Java applications are compiled to bytecode that can run on any Java virtual machine (JVM) regardless of computer architecture.Read More
You guessed it right. In this Vue Js tutorial, We are going to talk about Vue.js. A lot! Just pronounce it like the word, “view”.
Hiya friends! Today, let us delve into excel sheets and understand how to read data...Read More
Hiya champions! Welcome back to another fun filled article which tells you why property files exist in the first place!! This particular concept is not just limited to Selenium WebDriver projects. It can be used in basically any Java project that involves hardcoded stuff. Imagine you have more than a couple hundred automated test cases and in each test case, you hard-coded the URL of the application under test. So far, so good. But, what if another release pops up changing the application URL to a different version and the same test cases are to be executed again (regression testing)? You might think, “That’s easy! I just have to run the build file one more time. Just one click and I will be back playing Super Mario!”. Did you miss the URL part? How much more pain it is, to manually go to every single test case and edit the hard-coded URL just to make it work? Oh no!!! Don’t fret! We have a solution. Property files come to our rescue! To make your test cases all the more dynamic, make sure you do not put any hard-coded values into them. Abstract out such values to a property file so that whenever they change, you can edit them in just one place and the test cases work perfectly all over again.Read More
In Part 1, Getting Started With Expressjs, we did learn a lot about how Expressjs works as a Node.js framework. We built a simple and generic web server in the previous article that had two routes to function. We then discussed other paradigms such as devDependencies, REST services and the general anatomy of an Express application. In this article, we are going to continue to build upon the previous article, and we will start by generating a boilerplate project that can be used in any scenario, whether creating an application using Express entirely or just building a REST API using it.Read More
Hiya champs! Now that we have our JUnit report in PDF format let us attach it...Read More