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Splinter makes acceptance testing of Web applications simpler by automating interactions with the browser. In Splinter, actions such as visiting a link, clicking on …

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Responsive Web development was conceptualised to make websites look good across the spectrum of devices, ranging from mobiles to desktops to large screens. Bootstrap …

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This article is an introduction to React, which is a JavaScript library used to create UIs. React JS abstracts away the DOM from you, …

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Considering the number of different-sized devices available today, crafting websites to provide uniformly optimal viewing and an interaction experience that ensures easy reading and …

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JMeter is an Apache project. It is a load testing tool for analysing and measuring the performance of a variety of services, with a …

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Chrome is a free Web browser developed by Google. It is considered one of the best for Windows, Linux and OS X, as well …

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Keeping notes, maintaining to-do lists, planning projects and author documents with a fast and effective plain-text system – that’s what Emacs Org-mode helps you …

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NetBeans is a free and open source IDE, which enables the development of desktop, mobile and Web applications quickly and easily, using Java, JavaScript, …

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We are steadily getting some expertise in creating Android apps with App Inventor 2. If you have been following the series, then this is …

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Drupal is an open source content management platform powering millions of websites and applications. Written in PHP, it is built, used and supported by …