Selenium Interview Question 7 – How to Select Last Five Checkboxes

This question was recently asked in a Selenium group on Facebook. Generally these types of question are asked frequently in Selenium. Select last N elements or only odd elements or only even elements or second last elements etc. Answer of all questions will be originated from same point. In this post, I will explain selecting … Continue reading Selenium Interview Question 7 – How to Select Last Five Checkboxes

Protractor Tutorial 8 – NPM – Updating Global and Local Package

Hello Folks, In last post we have seen how can we install NodeJS package locally and globally. In this post we will learn:- How to check if a package is outdated?How to update locally installed package? How to update globally installed package? Check for outdated package:- Before checking for the outdated package, let's install outdated … Continue reading Protractor Tutorial 8 – NPM – Updating Global and Local Package

Frequently Asked Java Programs: 34 – Java Program to Check if Two Strings are Anagram

Hello Folks, As part of Frequently Asked Java Programs In Interviews For Freshers And Experienced, in this post we will see a java program to check if two given strings are anagram. What are Anagrams strings? Two words are called Anagrams if they have the same characters with same number of occurance. For example:- SILENT and … Continue reading Frequently Asked Java Programs: 34 – Java Program to Check if Two Strings are Anagram

Frequently Asked Java Programs: 33 – Insert a String into Another String at given index

Hello Folks, As part of Frequently Asked Java Programs In Interviews For Freshers And Experienced, in this post we will see a java program to Insert a String into Another String at given index. Problem Statement:- String s1 = MakeEasy String s2= Selenium indexToInsertS2= 4 Insert s2 in to s1 at index 4th. So s1 should … Continue reading Frequently Asked Java Programs: 33 – Insert a String into Another String at given index

Selenium Framework 5: Understand Keyword Driven Framework in Selenium

A "Keyword" is a wrapper of an atomic action or a chain of actions to achieve a task. These keywords are reusable and building blocks of writing a flow. It shows abstraction concept of OOPS. It is callable. Mostly "Keyword" will be a method. Let's understand it considering a real time scenario:- You need to … Continue reading Selenium Framework 5: Understand Keyword Driven Framework in Selenium

Protractor Tutorial 7 – NPM – Installing a Package Locally & Globally

Hello Folks, In last post, we have already seen Installation of NPM in last post. In this post we will see below topics:- How to install a package using npm?What is local installation of package using npm?What is global installation of package using npm? How to install specific version of a package using npm? We … Continue reading Protractor Tutorial 7 – NPM – Installing a Package Locally & Globally

Postman Tutorial Part 23 – Introduction to Postman Sandbox

We know that we can write Pre-request scripts and Tests scripts for a request, collection and folder in a collection to add dynamic behaviour to it. All these scripts run in an environment which is called Postman Sandbox. The Postman Sandbox is a JavaScript execution environment based on NodeJS that is available to you while … Continue reading Postman Tutorial Part 23 – Introduction to Postman Sandbox

Frequently Asked Java Programs: 32 – Swap Two String Variables Without Using Third Variable

Hello Folks, As part of Frequently Asked Java Programs In Interviews For Freshers And Experienced, in this post we will see a java program to swap two String variables without using third variable. Problem Statement:- Before Swapping: String s1= "Java"; String s2= "Selenium"; After Swapping: String s1= "Selenium"; String s2= "Java"; We have already seen Swapping … Continue reading Frequently Asked Java Programs: 32 – Swap Two String Variables Without Using Third Variable