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Selenium Java Introduction

This article its a Selenium tutorial that explains how to run selenium tests in Java language. 1. What is selenium Selenium is used to automate browsers. Selenium supports various programming languages such as C#, Haskell, Java, JavaScript, Python, and Ruby through Selenium drivers. It supports various browsers such as Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Opera, and Internet Explorer. 2. When is selenium ...

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Apache Solr Fuzzy Search Example

1. Introduction In this example we are going to build queries by using fuzzy search provided by Apache Solr. Fuzzy search is a powerful tool to find inexact matches in the Solr index. 2. Technologies Used The steps and commands described in this example are for Apache Solr 8.5 on Windows 10. The JDK version we use to run the ...

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Spring Boot with Redis Tutorial

Welcome readers, in this tutorial, we will see an interaction of Redis cache with a Spring boot application. 1. Introduction Before going further in this tutorial we will take a look at the common terminology such as introduction to Spring boot, Docker, and Redis. 1.1 What is Spring boot? Spring boot is a module that provides rapid application development feature ...

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Apache Solr Standard Query Parser Example

1. Introduction In this example, we are going to talk about one key component of Apache Solr: the Standard Query Parser. It is also known as “Lucene” query parser because Apache Solr is built upon Apache Lucene. Then we will show you how to use it in queries against our sample articles collection. Table Of Contents 1. Introduction 2. Technologies ...

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Apache Solr Function Query Example

1. Introduction In this example, we are going to explain what the Apache Solr Function Query is and how to use it in queries against our sample articles collection. 2. Technologies Used The steps and commands described in this example are for Apache Solr 8.5 on Windows 10. The JDK version we use to run the SolrCloud in this example ...

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Introduction to Hibernate Framework

In this article, we will make an introduction to Hibernate Framework. Hibernate was started in 2001 by Gavin King as an alternative to using EJB2-style entity beans. Its mission back then was to simply offer better persistence capabilities than offered by EJB2 by simplifying the complexities and allowing for missing features. Hibernate used its mapping files and configuration files to ...

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Apache Solr Clustering Example

In this article, we will demonstrate an Apache Solr Clustering Example. We are going to show you how to set up and run a SolrCloud with two Solr servers and an embedded ZooKeeper instance on your local machine. Once it is up and running, we will show you how to use it to index our sample article collection and how ...

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Spring Hibernate Integration Example

In this post, we feature an example of Spring and Hibernate Integration. Undoubtedly Spring and Hibernate are the most popular frameworks in the Java enterprise development world. Spring is a highly modular and lightweight framework offer integration with several other frameworks. Hibernate is one among them. Hibernate is the most popular Object-relational Mapping framework which has made database related operations ...

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Spring Cloud Zipkin and Sleuth Example

Welcome readers, in this tutorial, we will show how to set up Spring Cloud Zipkin and Sleuth in a Spring Boot application. 1. Introduction Before starting the tutorial, we will look at the Spring Boot introduction. Spring boot is a module that provides rapid application development feature to the spring framework including auto-configuration, standalone-code, and production-ready code It creates applications ...

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What is Hibernate in Java?

In this article, we will explore What is Hibernate in Java. We are going to learn its features, pros, and cons. Database integrations are an integral part of enterprise applications. Java provides various ways to interact with databases. The most basic and low-level way is to use JDBC, where we need to write SQL queries. As the applications started growing ...

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