Testing automation is a tricky and complex area of computer science, as it requires not only experience in both testing and programming, but also knowing some specifics of using Graphical User Interface (GUI). TestComplete is one of the tools which supports testing of software developed on different platforms and application types (.NET, Win32, Java, Delphi, Web, and so on), at the same time using similar techniques for all of them, thus simplifying process of automation by software testers. In this article by Gennadiy Alpaev, author of TestComplete Cookbook, we will cover several topics related to TestComplete log including working with screenshots.
One of the most important feature in every automation tool is logging capabilities. Well-implemented test logs allow easy discovery, help to fix script problems, and identify reasons for failure. In this article, we will discuss frequently used log features and issues one may face while working with TestComplete.Read Logging Capabilities in full
This article by Pradyumna Dash, the author of Getting Started with Oracle VM VirtualBox, has explained the installation of VM virtualbox on Linux. This article provides the information and steps to install and configure VirtualBox on Linux, and also detailed steps to start, update, and remove VirtualBox from the Linux OS.Read Installation of Oracle VM VirtualBox on Linux in full
This article by Alan Wijntje, the author of the book Monitoring with Opsview, gives us information about some of the advanced configurations and other features that Opsview offers us to improve our monitoring setup.Read Using Advanced Host Configurations and Opsview Pro Features in full
In this article by Lloyd H. Meinholz, the author of the book "Hudson 3 Essentials" has given a detailed description about Hudson 3 and its properties. Hudson is an open source Java-based web application that executes and monitors jobs. These jobs are typically builds that may produce test results and/or build artifacts. Hudson is maintained as two separate projects: the Hudson core and the Hudson plugins. Hudson core is the web application with several key plugins and is maintained by core Hudson committers. Hudson plugins provide additional functionality to Hudson and are maintained by other Hudson community members.Read Why Hudson? in full
In this article by Eli Orr and Yehuda Zadik, the authors of the book Programming with CodeIgniter MVC, the authors would like to share with you initially, his personal wisdom based on many years of experience with various technologies, where CI fits well to my wisdom conclusion. In the last 30 years I was deeply in many software development projects in the rule of a lead developer, system architect, and product manager. One common conclusion I have found, is:Read CodeIgniter MVC – The Power of Simplicity! in full
In this article by Alexander Dickson, the author of the book "Instant Website Touch Integration", has covered in detail about touch events. Touch events allow your website to respond to users' fingers, thus, giving a whole new dimension to foster creative user interactions. Mastering touch events allow you to make your website usable in a way not possible with the standard desktop input peripherals.Read Touch Events in full
This article by Gennadiy Zlobin, the author of the book Learning Python Design Patterns, describes what the model, view, and controller are, how to use them together, and their benefits.Read Exploring Model View Controller in full
This article by David J. Parker, the author of the book Microsoft Visio 2013 Business Process Diagramming and Validation, introduces Microsoft Visio and the features that support process management; further it explores the built-in templates with validation rules.Read Overview of Process Management in Microsoft Visio 2013 in full
In this article by Martin Spasovski, author of OAuth 2.0 Identity and Access Management Patterns, we'll learn about the security features that the OAuth 2.0 provides, and which security considerations we can take into account in order to build more secure applications.Read Security considerations in full
This article has been created by Vijay Parthasarathy, the author of Learning Cassandra for Administrators. The Apache Cassandra database is a linearly scalable and highly available distributed data store which doesn't compromise on performance and runs on commodity hardware. Cassandra's support for replicating across multiple datacenters / multiple discrete environments is the best in the industry. Cassandra provides high throughput with low latency without any single point of failure on commodity hardware.
Cassandra was inspired by the two papers published by Google (BigTable) in 2006 and Amazon (Dynamo) in 2007, after which Cassandra added more features. Cassandra is different from most of the NoSQL solutions in a lot of ways: the core assumption of most of the distributed NoSQL solutions is that Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF) of the whole system becomes negligible when the failures of individual nodes are independent, thus resulting in a highly reliable system.
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This article written by Simon Buxton, the author of Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R2 Administration Cookbook discusses about the framework provided by e-mails and batch processing and which is used by many end user functions and other frameworks, for example, a workﬂow cannot function without these being set up correctly.Read Setting Up and Managing E-mails and Batch Processing in full
In this article by Sandro Pasquali, the author of the book Mastering Node.js, we are going to learn how streams of I/O data are knitted through most network software, emitted by file servers or broadcast in response to an HTTP GET request.Read Exploring streams in full