Selenium Interview Question 2 – Can Selenium Be Used For API Automation?

Selenium official website introduce Selenium as “Selenium automates browsers. “. A browser is an interface or abstraction between “How it looks?” (Front end of an application) and “How something is actually performed?” (Middleware and backend of an application). Selenium is for “How it looks?” part of an application only. Selenium is designed to automate front […]

Frequently Asked Java Program 29: Java Program to Remove Duplicate Characters From Word Without Using Collection Concept

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 Remove Duplicate Characters From Word without Using Collection Concept. We have already seen above program using Collection concept. But interviewer might ask to solve it without using Collection APIs. Problem Statement: […]

Frequently Asked Java Program 28: Java Program to Remove Duplicate Characters From Word Using Collection Concept

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 Remove Duplicate Characters From Word Using Collection Concept. Problem Statement: Remove all duplicate characters from given word. Keep the order of char as it appears. User Input – abcabcabcabc Output: abc […]

Selenium Interview Question 1- What is Selenium?

The best definition of Selenium I found at its official website. It says – Selenium Automates Browser. We can automation the flows of a web based application ( An application which runs inside a browser) using Selenium. Primarily it is used to automate testing process of a web application but you can use Selenium beyond […]

API Testing Tutorial Part 20 – Sending PUT Request in Postman

Hello Folks, As part of our API Testing series, we will see “Sending PUT request in Postman”. First of all we need some APIs to test. There are many public APIs available which you can use for testing purpose. I will suggest you to register at below site to use free APIs for testing: GoRest API […]

API Testing Tutorial Part 19 – Difference Between ‘Accept’ and ‘Content-Type’ HTTP Headers

“Accept” and “Content-Type” are HTTP Headers which control input and output formats. “Accept” is a request header and “Content-Type” is both request and response header. Let’s see the difference between these headers: Accept: Let’s understand it using a real time example. We must have submitted final year projects in our college and there were a […]

Integration of Apache POI Java Library in a Java Project – Direct Download & Using Maven or Gradle

Hello Guys, We have seen Introduction of Apache POI in previous post. In this post we will see below topics: Integration of apache POI libraries using Direct download Integration of apache POI libraries using Build automation tool Maven Integration of apache POI libraries using Build automation tool Gradle ( This we will see in a […]

Introduction To Apache POI – The Java API To Read Write Microsoft Documents – Excel

Apache POI provides pure Java libraries for reading and writing files in Microsoft Office formats, such as Word, PowerPoint and Excel. It has different components for reading and writing different Microsoft Office files: POIFS for OLE 2 Documents HSSF and XSSF for Excel Documents HWPF and XWPF for Word Documents HSLF and XSLF for PowerPoint Documents HPSF for OLE 2 Document Properties HDGF […]

JVM , JRE & JDK – Understand & Differentiate in Simple Words

This is a frequently asked interview question of Java because people always gets confused with these terms and used interchangeably. I will try to explain these terms in easy words. There are three stages for writing a code in any programming language – Development , Compilation and Execution. In Java programming language, there are three […]

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