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Code Coverage from Functional Tests for Node.js Applications

Node.js is a beauty! (read open-source, cross-platform JavaScript runtime environment for executing JavaScript code server-side in a non-blocking and event driven fashion). So we have a couple of applications running on Node.js and one fine day we realize that we

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How to set Jenkins Job status based on Test Case Pass % ?

We all love to run our tests from Jenkins ! Its quite easy to run your test script from the Jenkins command line execution. What is “not so easy” is setting the status of the Job depending on what percentage

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Jenkins Training Programme

Jenkins is THE first tool that comes in mind when you talk about Continuous Integration and Deployment and there is no reason why it shouldn’t ! It is by far the most used CI/CD tool in the industry and some

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Docker Training Programme

Containerization has been rocking the IT world from some time now with Docker leading the way. Docker basically answers questions like – “Its working on Machine 1 but not working on Machine 2”. This magic happens because with Docker, everything

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TestNG – Using @DataProvider and @Factory

TestNG gives you two awesome annotations to implement Data Driven tests. Lets look at them one by one:- @DataProvider РThis annotation can be used to denote that the method will be used for supplying data to a test method. The

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Selenium Training Programme

Selenium, without any doubt is the King of Web-Automation. If you’ve landed on this page, I’m sure you want to be a Selenium Pro. Learn2Automate is offering a comprehensive and hands-on Selenium Training that will¬†kick-start your journey from becoming a

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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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