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Event Bubbling and Capturing in Javascript

Reading Time: 3 minutes Introduction In Javascript, you must have worked with the events. In this blog, we will be going through two important concepts in Javascript related to events i.e. Event bubbling and Event Capturing. Both of these concepts are related to the propagation of events which we call Event Flow. So, let us understand these concepts. Bubbling Event Bubbling is the concept of the sequence of invoking Continue Reading

How to write data-driven framework using Cypress?

Reading Time: 3 minutes In this blog, we will see how to write data-driven framework using Cypress. Cypress is an end-to-end testing framework for web test automation. Therefore, it enables the writing of automated web tests in JavaScript. Here, we will see a data-driven framework using Cypress. The use of JavaScript makes Cypress automation more intuitive. Cypress has been used as a data-driven framework with the help of fixtures. Certainly, Continue Reading

Scenarios And Executors In Grafana K6:A Quick Overview

Reading Time: 5 minutes Hello there, buddies! With the aid of Grafana k6, we will investigate scenarios and executors in the load testing tool with various sorts of APIs in this brief blog. But you might be wondering what the situations are and why we employ them. So, let’s start with the fundamental concepts of scenarios. Scenarios are a grouping of transactions or scripts that we use to imitate Continue Reading

How To Execute Tests Parallelly using Cypress And GitHub Actions

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hello Readers!!In today’s world when the time is money, it is very important to lower the operational time for various actions. The same goes with test execution. One of the popular ways to achieve execution of more test cases in lesser time is by parallel test execution. Before learning how to execute tests parallelly using Cypress, let’s have a walkthrough of Parallel Test Execution and Continue Reading

How to Perform Screenshots & Videos in cypress

Reading Time: 2 minutes Hello Readers,In this blog, we will learn about Cypress screenshots and videos & how to take them manually in cypress. Screenshot in cypress- Cypress is a free-open source automation tool that automatically takes screenshots when a test failure occurs during running npx cypress open or cypress run. To manually take a screenshot in cypress, we can use cy.screenshot(). And Screenshots are saved in the screenshot Continue Reading

NodeJS Modules| How to create Modules in Nodejs

Reading Time: 4 minutes Introduction In Nodejs, Modules are a small encapsulated unit, which we can reuse, share with anyone, and it’s easier to maintain. It can be a single file or a collection of multiple files or folders. Or we can say a set of a function that we want to include in our application. Types of Module in NodeJS: There are three types of Modules: Local Modules Continue Reading

How To Create Custom Form Control In Angular

Reading Time: 4 minutes An Angular’s reactive forms module enables us to build and manage complex forms in our application using a simple but powerful model. You can build your own custom form control that works seamlessly with the Reactive Forms API. The core idea behind form controls is the ability to access a control’s value( form input value). In this blog, I am going to share how can Continue Reading

HTTP Requests Using Axios Library

How to make HTTP Requests Using Axios Library

Reading Time: 3 minutes Introduction Axios is a Javascript library used to perform HTTP requests for Nodejs and browsers. It supports the Promise API and makes it easy to send requests asynchronously. In this article, we will learn, how to make GET/POST/PUT/DELETE HTTP requests using Axios. Features Make HTTP requests from node.js Supports the Promise API Intercept request and response Transform request and response data Cancel requests Automatic transforms Continue Reading

Introduction To Browser Storage and how to persist data in browser.

Reading Time: 4 minutes Irrespective of what javascript framework or library you are working on the one thing that remains constant for all web developers is the browser, where the javascript runs. Learning about browser storage is a must for all web devs.  What is browser storage? The browser and server interact with each other. The server serves the web pages that run on the browser and the user Continue Reading

Sharing Content On Social Media By JavaScript

Reading Time: 2 minutes Social Sharing by JavaScript is one of the biggest and time taking tasks. In this blog, I am going to share how can we easily share our content on Facebook or Twitter-like applications. In this blog, we are going to integrate APIs that are given by Facebook and Twitter. By this, we will share our content on Facebook and Twitter. What is API? API is Continue Reading

JavaScript Fundamentals: CORS

Reading Time: 3 minutes What is CORS and what does it mean? “CORS” stands for “Cross–Origin Resource Sharing”. It allows you to make requests from one website to another website in the browser. Servers host web pages, applications, images, and a whole bunch of other stuff. When we use a browser, we are likely to access different websites and go through a lot of online content which may or may not reside Continue Reading

JavaScript Series, Let’s Deep Down To It, Part 1

Reading Time: 3 minutes In this blog we are going to learn what is JavaScript, why uses JavaScript. Now I am starting the JavaScript Series, one by one we are going to deep down to it and exploring every concept of it. What is JavaScript? JavaScript is a text-based programming language used both on the client-side and server-side that allows you to make web pages interactive. HTML and CSS Continue Reading

Will WebAssembly replace JavaScript?

Reading Time: 4 minutes One of the most powerful innovations in recent past decades for the internet, WebAssembly is an open standard that defines a portable binary-code format for executable programs. It is fast and portable in the real sense. What makes it really useful is the fact that most of the programming languages including Rust and C++ have wasm as the compile target. Rust is a very powerful Continue Reading