Writing Test Case using Specification-based technique

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What is a test case?  Referring to ISTQB, “ test case is a set of input values, execution preconditions, expected results, and execution postconditions, developed for a particular objective or test condition, such as to exercise a particular program path or to verify compliance with a specific requirement.” One of the techniques that can be used […]

Feature Flag for Safer Release

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Once I was in a project where website deployment was sacred. We crossed fingers every time there’s a new web feature or enhancement that needed to go to production. We let everyone on the team know a couple of days before deployment and then have them watched over the deployment in case something went wrong. […]

Automation for Early Testing

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Software testing is a process that sometimes gets overlooked and forgotten until the end of the software development process when actually it should be done as early as possible. Early testing is necessary to avoid any rework costs. If testing is included in the requirement phase, we can acknowledge any issue related to the requirement […]

Why Your Business Needs CRM and CMS

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Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and Content Management Systems (CMS) serve two different purposes in the business software landscape: CRM is all about managing customers and clients, and CMS is about managing your website. Most businesses start with a CMS, especially those that need an online portal to showcase or sell their product or service. If your business has […]

What is Digital Working And The Benefits

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Workplace is no longer a physical space for the concept of Digital Working. Mobility and flexibility are now the heart of working digitally.  Have you heard the term “Digital Nomads”? It is a term for an employee who works remotely, using their digital device/s at any given time and moves from one place to another. If […]

Introducing OData With ASP.Net Core

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Overview OData short for Open Data Protocol allows developer to create a simple query able RESTFUL APIs. With OData the caller can freely filter, select and expand the data in server side with a standard query and the implementation is very simple and straight forward.  OData builds on HTTP and JSON using URIs to address […]

Working with Javascript Array of Objects

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Array of objects is a common data structure that you will find frequently when you are working with a list in modern Javascript framework. As a list, you will easily loop it by for Each () method or for the () function to access each of the Array’s element in order to manipulate it. But […]