WebDriverIO – isFocused Command
<<Previous Post                          << Complete Tutorial>>                             Next Post>> WebDriverIO – isFocused Command isFocused Command returns True or False based on the selected Dom-Element has focus on it or not. If there are multiple elements… (0 comment)

Java – Interview Questions and Answers – Part 4
1) What are the differences between methods and constructors? Answer: The below is the answer for this question: When compared to Methods: 1. Constructors won’t have any return type 2. Constructors should have the same as the Class name 3. Constructors are automatically called when objects are created For detailed answer with practical examples and… (0 comment)

WebDriverIO – isEnabled
<<Previous Post                          << Complete Tutorial>>                             Next Post>> WebDriverIO – isEnabled isEnabled Command Returns true when any of the elements whether it’s type is checkbox or radio or any other is enabled and returns… (0 comment)

WebDriverIO – isSelected
<<Previous Post                          << Complete Tutorial>>                             Next Post>> WebDriverIO – isSelected isSelected Command Returns true when <option> or <input> element of type checkbox or radio is currently selected else it Returns False. Syntax :-… (0 comment)

WebDriverIO – isClickable
<<Previous Post                          << Complete Tutorial>>                             Next Post>> WebDriverIO – isClickable isClickable Command Returns true under the following criteria where the selected DOM-element:- Exists Is Visible Is within View Port its center is not… (0 comment)

WebDriverIO – isExisting
<<Previous Post                          << Complete Tutorial>>                             Next Post>> WebDriverIO – isExisting isExisting Command Returns true if the element you are looking for exists in the DOM. In Simple words Based on the selector passed,… (0 comment)

Java – Interview Questions and Answers – Part 2
1) What is the output of System.out.println(10+20+”Hello”+”World”);? Answer: The below is the answer for this question: public class Demo{ public static void main(String[] args) { System.out.println(10+20+"Hello"+"World"); } } Output: 30HelloWorld For detailed answer with practical examples and explanation of this answer, you can check the below youtube video: 2) What is the output of System.out.println(“Hello”+”World”+10+20);? Answer:… (0 comment)