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Author Archives: Sebastian Damm
Building reliable and effective functional tests for asynchronous/dynamic/single page web applications with Selenium and JUnit (1/2) – Basics
Selenium is a well established tool for browser automation and functional tests of web applications. The process to build reliable functional tests got harder since the advent of Web 2.0 applications that dynamically change the content of a page. Dima … Continue reading
ControlsFX is an open-source project aimed at providing additional components for JavaFX 8. (Don´t get confused by the version numbers. ControlsFX 8.0.1 is only the second release of this young library and it started with version number 8.0.0 to be on line … Continue reading
After the current standard, ECMAScript 5, was primarily aimed at making it easier to develop bigger and more sophisticated software in ECMAScript (strict mode, getters and setters, property descriptor maps, …), the 6th version is shaping up follow the trails … Continue reading
Some weeks ago version 7.2 of the NetBeans IDE was released (download at http://netbeans.org/downloads/index.html). This version includes a nice new option to refactor your code. The Builder Pattern The Builder Pattern (amongst others made popular by Joshua Bloch’s 2nd edition of … Continue reading