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Today everyone is on the internet! As per HootSuite, 321 million users added in 2020 itself, taking the total number of internet users close to 4.4 billion. Now this is almost 60% of the global population that uses the internet. Most of these people use mobile to access the internet, and this number is expected to grow.


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Mobile has changed the way the world works. It touches every aspect of life. For most people the first thing they look at when they wake up the mobile screen and the last thing that they see before going to bed is the mobile screen. So to say that it’s important for business would be an understatement. But even though it’s a well-known fact, many business owners are still designing and developing websites for desktops and then trying to make them work well on mobile. While in reality, it should be the other way round.

Why?

Because the truth is, mobile isn’t a trend anymore, rather it has become a lifestyle for our heads-down generation. …


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The world is nearing an age where everything will be automated and handled by computers. Computers and software are finding their way into every known field. Young people especially are developing tools and software that help people automate a more significant part of their life.

Testing is the most critical process when it comes to developing an application, and young devs need to know that. How else would you know if what you have built works?

Testing is a method or an activity that helps you compare your expected results with the actual product. …


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Hey everyone! We’re thrilled to announce that we’ve launched LT Browser on Product Hunt! Do check it out and we would absolutely love to see your feedback and suggestions over there.


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Retrieving the page source of a website under scrutiny is a day-to-day task for most test automation engineers. Analysis of the page source helps eliminate bugs identified during regular website UI testing, functional testing, or security testing drills. In an extensively complex application testing process, automation test scripts can be written in a way that if errors are detected in the program, then it automatically.

  • saves that particular page’s source code.
  • notifies the person responsible for the URL of the page.
  • extracts the HTML source of a specific element or code-block and delegates it to responsible authorities if the error has occurred in one particular independent HTML WebElement or code block. …


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Selenium 4 has been gaining immense attention since the time it was publicly announced by Simon Stewart, the founding member of Selenium in August 2018. Though there are no updates on the official release date of a stable version of Selenium 4, developers and Selenium explorers, have the opportunity to try out Selenium 4 features by downloading the Alpha version of Selenium 4. So what is new in Selenium 4, and where does Selenium 3 vs. Selenium 4 comparison stand in terms of features?


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What thoughts come to mind when you come across 404/Page Not Found/Dead Hyperlinks on a website? Aargh! You would find it annoying when you come across broken hyperlinks, which is the sole reason why you should continuously focus on removing the existence of broken links in your web product (or website). Instead of a manual inspection, you can leverage automation for broken link testing using Selenium WebDriver.


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Wondering why CSS Subgrid is a big deal and why we need it? The CSS Grid features we presently use in browsers are those from Level 1 of the CSS Grid specification. If you have just started with the layout designs and CSS Grids, the chances are high that you must be wondering what was missing in the Level 1 of the module, which made the need to incorporate more features like subgrids in Level 2 of CSS Grid?

Keep reading to know the answer as in this blog; I will take you to the detailed analysis of CSS subgrids and what was the need to launch them in the first place? Also, I will cover a few examples to make it easy for you to understand this fairly new but interesting CSS Grid property. …


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We all know about Chrome; it’s undisputedly the leader of the browser market. But have you heard about Chromium? Did you know both Chrome and Chromium are related to each other? While Chrome is the supreme leader of web browsers, Chromium is the one that holds a major chunk of the browser universe together. It is an open source project which forms the foundation for several different browsers, including the new Microsoft Edge. Though they both share a similar name, they are also different in several ways. In this blog, we will highlight the difference between Chromium and Chrome.

Let’s get to it, shall we?What Do The Stats Say? …


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In case the code blocks are not supported here then you can check the original source of the article Test Cases In TestNG

TestNG is an open-source automation testing framework inspired by JUnit and NUnit. The framework supports data-driven testing, parallel test execution, testing integrated classes, provides access to HTML reports, amongst others. TestNG can be seamlessly integrated with Jenkins, Eclipse, IntelliJ IDEA, Maven, etc.

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