Selenium Builder – Future for Code-less Testing

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Selenium Builder is an extension to Firefox which helps you easily build and export Selenium tests using record and playback capabilities, and then export those scripts to any programming language. The most important feature to come along in Selenium Builder is built-in support for Selenium 2/Webdriver. You can record, edit, and play back test scripts …

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Cucumber-JVM: All you need to know about @CucumberOptions

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When we talk about Cucumber JVM for Behavior Driven development, we often talk about Feature files, Scenarios, Background and Glue code(step definitions). There is no iota of doubt that you cant implement BDD untill you know the concepts mentioned above but other area that is really important and is very useful in day to day …

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Nashorn (JAVA + Javascript) Engine in Java 8

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The Nashorn Javascript Engine is part of Java SE 8 and competes with other standalone engines like Mozilla rhino, Google V8 (the engine that powers Google Chrome and Node.js)etc. Starting with the JDK 8 Nashorn replaces Rhino as Java’s embedded JavaScript engine. Nashorn supports the full ECMAScript 5.1 specification plus some extensions. In the near feature its going to support ECMAScript 6. It compiles JavaScript to …

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Hybrid Automation Framework for Windows File Systems Testing using Vbscript

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Overview:- ========== The need for better quality means more pressure on QA (Quality Assurance People) to take care of the quality of the product. When testing process become large and complex specially case of long term project where more regression testing is required due to lot of changes in the product then automation testing comes in …

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Beginning with Chef – Part 2

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Lets recap what all we have done in the last blog : 1.) Setup workstation and chef-repo. 2.) Registered on chef to use hosted chef as the chef-server. 3.) Bootstrapped a node to be managed by the chef-server. 4.) Downloaded the “apache” cookbook in our chef-repo. 5.) Uploaded the “apache” cookbook to the chef-server. 6.) …

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