Monthly Archives: June 2016

Types of Webservices (REST)

REST stands for Representational State Transfer. It is a lightweight alternative to SOAP,RPC etc for data transfer. It uses HTTP as communication medium and mostly JSON as message format.

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Types of Webservices (SOAP)

SOAP is an earlier form of webservice whereas REST is relatively new form of webservice introduced in favor of simplicity and speed. SOAP stands for Simple Object Access Protocol.

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Webservice vs API

To understand Web services clearly, one has to understand what an API is. API stands for Application Programming Interface. It is basically a set of functions exposed by an application/module to be used by another application/module. Under this terminology, the

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How to Add LeanFT Dependency in Maven

Maven is an important component of a Test Automation Framework. If you want to add LeanFT dependencies in Maven, you need to perform the following steps:- Install Maven on your system. Mkyong explains it beautifully in his post here. Execute

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LeanFT Service Pack 3 – Whats New ?

LeanFT just got more AWESOME ! HP recently launched Service Pack 3 and here are some of the cool features: Parallel execution on the same machine: Speed up your testing by running in parallel multiple tests on the same host

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