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Creating a Web Application Using Azure App Services

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‘Azure App Services’ enables the development of powerful apps for any platform and any device. Let’s try and build a simple Web application using...

The Long and Short of Waits in Web Applications Using Selenium

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The time taken to load a Web page impacts the user experience in a big way. Often, a Web page carries many Web elements...

Top 5 trends that web developers must need to follow in...

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What if Facebook had never integrated its updates and we still were using its original interface the Social Media Network began with? Sounds pretty...

A Few Tips for Scaling Up Web Performance

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Every millisecond counts when it comes to loading Web pages and their responsiveness. It has become critical to optimise the performance of Web applications/pages...

Developing Research Based Web Applications Using Red Hat OpenShift

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OpenShift is a Kubernetes based container application, designed for container based software deployment and management. It is an application development and hosting platform, which...

Five Friendly Open Source Tools for Testing Web Applications

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Web application testing helps ensure that the apps conform to certain set standards. It is a means to check for any bugs in the...

Crawling the Web with Scrapy

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Web crawling or spidering is the process of systematically extracting data from a website using a Web crawler, spider or robot. A Web scraper...

Selenium: A cost-saving test automation tool for web applications

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Selenium is a software testing framework. Test authors can write tests in it without learning a test scripting language. It automates Web based applications...

Five open source tools to enhance your web presence

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It is important to know that every business needs to have a web presence. Whether you are a small local startup or an ever-growing...

Visualising response time of a web server using Wireshark

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The versatile Wireshark tool can be put to several uses. This article presents a tutorial on using Wireshark to discover and visualise the response...