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Spring Framework Angularjs Integration Tutorial

Spring Application Framework enables us develop RESTful services using its Web MVC subsystem, and we can consume those services via any of the client side front end UI technologies, e.g Angular, Backbone or React JS. In this example, I will explain how a CRUD like scenario can be developed using Spring MVC at the back side, and Angular JS in ...

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JUnit RunListener Example

In JUnit RunListener Example, we shall show users how they can add RunListener to the test cases. There are cases when we want to respond to the events during a test case run. Here we can extend the RunListener class and override the methods according to our implementation. The JUnit RunListener can listen to the events of the JUnit lifecycle. ...

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Setting Up Your System for Atlassian JIRA Add-on Development

Majority of programmers start with a “Hello World” tutorial when trying to learn something new. Fernando was new to Atlassian JIRA Add-on Development and he wanted to learn about making an Atlassian JIRA Add-on. There is no better place to start than at the Atlassian Developers website. Like everybody else, he started with the Atlassian Hello World tutorial. 1. Requirements ...

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Selenium Tutorial for Beginners

In this tutorial, we will be overviewing Selenium automation tool in detail; we will be exploring Selenium WebDriver and discussing about identifying elements on the different Browsers using methods such as XPath, ID, CSS Selector and others. Selenium has three components, Selenium IDE, Selenium WebDriver formally known as Selenium Remote Control (RC) and Selenium Grid. Lastly, we will be also ...

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JUnit Group Tests Example

In this example we shall show users, how they can group and run their JUnit test cases. JUnit group tests example, will try to resolve issue of running multiple group tests all together. This is not a big deal in JUnit. This can be achieved in different ways in JUnit. It’s wide API, helps developers all around the world to ...

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JUnit MultiThreaded Test Example

In this post we shall show users how to test the multi threaded java application with the help of JUnit. JUnit MultiThread example clears users mind to understand the basic usage of testing the multi threading application. Users are advised to visit the JUnit Hello World example for basic understanding of the JUnit. For testing the methods by passing value ...

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Apache Tomcat Reverse Proxy Configuration Tutorial

In computer networks, a reverse proxy is a type of proxy server that retrieves resources on behalf of a client from one or more servers. These resources are then returned to the client as if they originated from the proxy server itself. A reverse proxy acts as an intermediary for its associated servers to be contacted by any client. Quite ...

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Eclipse IDE Themes Tutorial

In this article we will learn about Eclipse Themes. We will learn how to install the Eclipse Color Theme Plugin and how to use it. We will also learn how to import and export the preferences. Eclipse Color Theme makes it possible to switch color themes conveniently and without side effects. For this tutorial we will use Eclipse Luna 4.4.2. ...

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JUnit Keyboard Input Example

In this post we shall show users the usage of JUnit keyboard input working. This example is very useful in case users want to enter data from keyboard for testing of their methods. Do not worry, we will the same in the post. Users are advised to see the JUnit Hello World example where they can see the basic usage ...

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How to Add Active Objects to Your Confluence Add-on

In this article you are going to add Active Objects to you Confluence Add-on. Active Objects is the ORM layer of Atlassian. This will enable your plug-in to persist data. 1. Requirement We will require the following: Atlassian SDK Mars Eclipse Have read and tried out How to Add a Servlet Module to Your Confluence Add-on You will build upon ...

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