Category: Selenium Topics

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Protractor Tutorial 1 – What is AngularJS and Angular Applications?

As per Protractor Official Document:- Protractor is an end-to-end test framework for Angular and AngularJS applications. Protractor runs tests against your application running in a real browser, interacting with it as a user would. It is very important to understand the term Angular and AngularJS applications. So, in this post we will see a basic […]

Frequently Asked Java Programs 31 – Java Program to Find Common Characters in Two Given Strings

Hello Folks, As part of Frequently Asked Java Programs In Interviews For Freshers And Experienced, in this post we will see a java program Find Common Characters in Two Given Strings. Problem Statement:- String s1= “ABCDEF” String s2= “DEFXYZ” Output: DEF Solution:- This problem can be solved with or without using collection concepts in Java. I […]

API TESTING TUTORIAL PART 31- Save Response in Collection in Postman

Hello Folks, We have already seen Creating a collection and storing requests in it. Let’s perform below steps:- Create a Collection. Create a request. Hit the request and proper response should come. Save the request in created collection. Close all tabs in request builder. Open request from collection. Observe that “Response” was not saved. By […]

API TESTING TUTORIAL PART 30- Sharing & Importing Collections as a Link in Postman

Hello Folks, We have already seen below topics:- Introduction to Collections in Postman Creating a Collection in Postman In this post, we will share and import collection as a link in Postman. Once you create a collection in Postman, you may required to share with others. We can share a collection in multiple ways in […]

Java Interview Question – Explain System.out.println(arg)

Printing information while executing program is important. Like any other programming language, Java also provides a way to print desired thing on standard output. “System.out.println(arguments);” is a java statement to print passed argument on standard output stream which is by default console. We can also print in to a file which we will see later […]

API TESTING TUTORIAL PART 29 – Creating a Collection In Postman

This post will cover below topics:- How to create a collection in Postman? In how many ways, we can create a collection in Postman? How to make a collection as Favourite in Postman? How to save a request in Postman? In how many ways, we can save a request in Postman? Creating a Collection in […]

API TESTING TUTORIAL PART 28 – Introduction To Collections In Postman

Hello Folks, If you are a software developer or tester, you must be aware of different test suites. E,g, Smoke, Sanity , Regression etc. A test suite is a group of multiple tests based on some factors. Factors might be based on functionality, priority etc. The similar concept is in Postman which is called as […]

API TESTING TUTORIAL PART 27 – Adding Automation Test Scripts In Postman

Hello Folks, When we hit any API, we get some response along with status code, response time, headers etc. As of now we have verified it manually. Will it not be good if these assertion which we do manually should be auto performed once request is hit? A kind of automation testing of API. Consider […]

API Testing Tutorial Part 26 – Create, Manage and Use Global Variable In Postman

Hello folks, We have already seen creating, managing and using environment variables in Postman. We can select only single environment at a time in Postman and can use variables of that selected environment. We may have some variables which are common to each environment. It is not good practice to keep a separate copy of […]

API Testing Tutorial Part 25 – Create, Manage and Use Environment In Postman

In last post, We have already seen about Understanding on Environment and Global variables. In this post we will see how can we create and access an Environment in Postman. An Environment in Postman is a set of key-value pairs. The key represents the name of the variable and value is information that key holds. […]

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