Jmeter is an open-source java application developed by Apache software. Jmeter is used to capture the performance statistics of an application by sending load to the target server.
Jmeter has been extended to load test Web application (using HTTP/HTTPS protocols), Webservices (using SOAP and REST), Database (using JDBC), and many more…

Before performing any operation on any web element or any web component we need to tell the web driver where exactly that element resides on the web page. We can see the web element with our eyes but webdriver can’t. We need to tell it, that go to this particular…

Angular is a framework for front end development. We can write plain vanilla javascript code and develop our application but as the application complexity increases, it is hard to maintain the large chunk of javascript code. Moreover the application developed using plain vanilla javascript is hard to test. Angular gives our application a clean and loosely coupled structure that is easy to understand and easy to maintain. Apart from this it also gives us lots of utility code which we can reuse in a lot of applications specifically related to navigation and maintaining browser history.

The area where angular excels is its ability to create single page applications (SPA). In a single page application, there is only one page and the components and layout of that page keep changing at runtime as per the user’s actions, unlike multi page applications where there are multiple pages and altogether a new page gets rendered from the server every time a user performs some action.

Understand the single page application concept:

In single page applications like we make in Angular, there is only a single page and this page is divided into multiple components. …

The traditional approach to developing software is to follow a linear sequential model which is also named as the ‘waterfall’ model. Before understanding the agile methodology for the software development life cycle, we must understand what is a linear sequential model and what are its limitations and cons which prompted…

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