WebDriverIO – uploadFile Command
<<Previous Post                          << Complete Tutorial>>                             NextPost>> WebDriverIO – uploadFile Command UploadFile Command comes into picture when you want to upload files from your system to any web application where upload functionality lies. Choosing… (0 comment)

WebDriverIO – getLocation Command
<<Previous Post                          << Complete Tutorial>>                             NextPost>> WebDriverIO – getLocation Command getLocation command is used to find the location of elements on the page.  The response of getLocation commands shows X and Y coordinate… (0 comment)

WebDriverIO – getAttribute Command
<<Previous Post                          << Complete Tutorial>>                             NextPost>> WebDriverIO – getAttribute Command getAttribute command is used to get an attribute from a DOM-element based on the attributes that a particular element contains. Syntax:- $(selector).getAttribute(attributeName)… (0 comment)

WebDriverIO – waitUntil Command
<<Previous Post                          << Complete Tutorial>>                             NextPost>> WebDriverIO – waitUntil Command waitUntil Command by its name only speaks about that it will wait Until it found something on DOM. waitUntil Command returns true… (0 comment)

Java – Interview Questions and Answers – Part 6
1) What is the difference between static variables and instance variables? Answer: The below is the answer for this question: static variables are common variables who’s values will be stored in Class memory. instance variables are object specific variables who’s values will be stored in individual object’s memory. For detailed answer with practical examples and… (0 comment)

Java – Interview Questions and Answers – Part 5
1) What are Primitive and Non-Primitive Data Types? Answer: The below is the answer for this question: Data Types that are non-object oriented are know as Primitive Data Types. Examples for Primitive Data Type: byte,short,int,long,float,double,char and boolean Data Types that are object oriented are known as Non-Primitive Data Types. Examples for Non-Primitive Data Type: String,… (0 comment)