Selenium Interview Question 9 – Difference Between getWindowhandle() and getWindowHandles()

As a part of Selenium Interview Questions series, in this post, we will learn differences between getWindowHandle() and getWindowHandles() in Selenium WebDriver. A window handle is a unique identifier that is assigned to each window created. Selenium WebDriver provides you two methods getWindowHandle() and getWindowHandles() which are used to get window handle/s. Differences between both … Continue reading Selenium Interview Question 9 – Difference Between getWindowhandle() and getWindowHandles()

REST Assured Tutorial 14 – BaseURI and BasePath – Introduction and Configuration

As a part of End to End REST Assured Tutorial , in this post We will learn about BaseURI and BasePath in Rest Assured. We have already written CRUD operations in Rest Assured and you must have noticed I have used "baseUri()" method to set the API URI. You may have thought that API URI … Continue reading REST Assured Tutorial 14 – BaseURI and BasePath – Introduction and Configuration

Interview Experience at UST Global Bangalore for Automation Testing Profile – Nov – 2019

Company Name :- UST GlobalDate :- Nov – 2019Experience Level: – 2 – 5 YearsLocation- BengaluruMode : – F2F 1. What is the main difference between xpath and css selector?2. If there 4 frames in the application . How will you get the 4rth frame ID.3. If there is a ok button. How many ways … Continue reading Interview Experience at UST Global Bangalore for Automation Testing Profile – Nov – 2019

Usage of Java Stream API in Selenium – Retrieving Unique Text From a List Of WebElements

In previous post, we learnt to Retrieve text from a list of web elements using Java Stream APIs. You may require just to retrieve unique text only. We used a List in previous post which allows duplicates. We can just use a Set to avoid duplicates. Java Code:-

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Usage of Java Stream API in Selenium – Retrieving Text From a List Of WebElements

Stream API is the major feature introduced in Java 8. As an automation tester, if you think you don't have to learn about it, you may be wrong. Yes you don't need to know everything but little basic knowledge of Stream API will help you to reduce lines of code in Selenium script. I am … Continue reading Usage of Java Stream API in Selenium – Retrieving Text From a List Of WebElements

Postman Tutorial Part 47 – Local or Temporary Variables in Postman

We have seen several types of variables in Postman already in previous posts. In this post, we will learn about Local or Temporary variable in Postman. A Local or temporary variable is created in to memory only during run time and removed once execution is done. As scope of local variable is limited to duration … Continue reading Postman Tutorial Part 47 – Local or Temporary Variables in Postman

Interview Experience at Harman Connected Services Bangalore for Selenium Automation Testing Profile – Oct-2019

Company Name :- Harman Connected Services Date :- Oct– 2019 Experience Level: – 8 Years Location- Bengaluru Duration:- 30 Mins Mode : – F2F Shared By: Kiran First Round:- What is collection and collections? TestNG how can we execute single test for multiple data at parallely?Program to print 1 2 3 4 5 6Program to remove … Continue reading Interview Experience at Harman Connected Services Bangalore for Selenium Automation Testing Profile – Oct-2019

Frequently Asked Java Program 36 : Java Program to Invert Case of Each Char in a String

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 invert the case of each character of string. Example:- Input: - mAkE SeleNIUM eaSY Output:-MaKe sELEnium EAsy Let's start with the logic:- Iterate entire string char by char.Check if current char … Continue reading Frequently Asked Java Program 36 : Java Program to Invert Case of Each Char in a String