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Author: JustinB

Introduction to Machine Learning

Reading Time: 2 minutes Before jumping directly into what is Machine Learning lets starts with the meaning of individual words i.e. What is Machine and What is Learning. A machine is a tool containing one or more parts that transform energy. Machines are usually powered by chemical, thermal, or electrical means, and are often motorized. Learning is the ability to improve behaviour based on Experience. What is Machine Learning? Continue Reading

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CSS Flex: with all examples

Reading Time: 2 minutes Confused with HTML elements positioning in CSS and by using other libraries or CSS snippets from stackoverflow? Don’t worry CSS flex is here. Flex means flexible box. “The flex CSS property specifies how a flex item will grow or shrink so as to fit the space available in its flex container.” So overall flex provides you the way to make your content flexible/responsive according to Continue Reading

Bundling an Angular 2/4 app with AOT Compilation

Reading Time: 4 minutes Bundling an Angular 2/4 app with AOT Compilation: Prerequisite : Good knolwledge of Angular 2/4 Basic knowledge of gulp. Step 1 : Ahead-of-Time Compilation or AOT Compilation: Angular application consists of components and their html templates. To run them on browser, they are compiled to executable javascript by the angular compiler. One option is to compile them on browser at runtime using just-in-time(JIT) compiler. It’s Continue Reading

Location Strategy- Routing in Angular2

Reading Time: 5 minutes Angular 2’s router is super easy to use. Angular 2 gives you the possibility of dividing your application into several views that you can navigate between through the concept of routing. Routing enables you to route the user to different components based on the url that they type on the browser, or that you direct them to through a link. This post will cover standard  Continue Reading

Introduction to D3.js {Part – 2}

Reading Time: 2 minutes In our previous blog post we saw how to create a simple histogram based on data. But still our chart is not ideal chart as the range of data in array can vary from too small to very large numbers that might not fit in our SVG canvas created by D3 for e.g. in our last blog post if one element in the array is Continue Reading

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Introduction to D3.JS

Reading Time: 5 minutes D3.js is a javascript library to render the amazing charts based on data. It can be used to visualise the stats and finding the patterns, showing the comparison between two or more time-series data, drawing the data in real time as it happens (for e.g. data generated by various sensors or internet traffic) and even to create cool dynamic art on webpages. It just depends Continue Reading

Validations for Template-driven forms in Angular 4

Reading Time: 5 minutes Validations for Template-driven forms in Angular 4: Prerequisite : Basic understanding of Angular 2/4 First of all, we need to create a simple form in Angular. You can clone this repository for the example. We’ll continue further with this example. This is the form that we have in AppComponent : <div class=”container”> <div class=”row”> <form #myForm=”ngForm” (ngSubmit)=”submitForm()”> <div class=”row”> <div class=”col-md-4 col-md-offset-4″> <h1>Form Validations</h1> </div> Continue Reading

When I took Angular 2 to build my Application

Reading Time: 2 minutes When I took Angular 2 to build my application, I still had my doubts to go with Angular 2 or some other framework. But after some research, I decided to go with Angular 2. It gives the ability to make Single Page Application in a perfect and viable way. Here are some others reasons / advantages I liked: 1. TypeScript : Unlike javascript, typescript is Continue Reading

Interacting with Services & API: Angular 2

Reading Time: 2 minutes In this post we are going to create an Angular 2 application from scratch, the target of this post is to explain the process to create a service and use an API to get the data from that, where we will also see, how to handle the response of the API, preview the response on the view and handle the exceptions if any found in Continue Reading

TUTORIAL 3 :Using Tags in Cucumber

Reading Time: 2 minutes Hello Everyone, Now We will go through the TAGS in cucumber. You can read the previous post related to how to write a  Test Script in CUCUMBER : here In chapter of Feature if we have many Scenarios , to put them under a single umbrella, we use tags in our cucumber through which we will be able to generate reports for specific scenarios under the same Continue Reading

Tutorial 4: Background in CUCUMBER

Reading Time: < 1 minute Hello Everyone, In this Series we will try to understand that how to organize our scenarios using Background in CUCUMBER. When we write  multiple scenarios within single feature file with repeated steps. Starting steps which are common in all the scenarios can be pulled out into a Background test steps. Using Background in CUCUMBER, we can make the feature file more readable and less complex Continue Reading

Tutorial 2:Introduction on how to write a First Test Script in CUCUMBER

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hello Everyone, In this series of blog it’s time to look into how to write test cases in cucumber and execution of these test cases.Follow these Steps for the Same. You can read the previous post related to installation of cucumber: here Step 1: We will use the test package to define the location of features (Resources folder), step definitions (Java folder) and other files. Then Continue Reading

Tutorial 1:Cucumber with java maven project

Reading Time: 2 minutes Hi Folks. From this Blog we will start a series of cucumber BDD tool .Before go through the cucumber We should know how to integrate cucumber with java maven project. To run Cucumber test with Java, following are the steps. Step 1. Install Eclipse IDE -Make sure java should already be installed on your machine. Step 2. Then Create the New Project in Eclipse IDE by following steps: Continue Reading

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