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Selenium Web Driver Tutorial:- Locating elements & Filling a login form

Let’s Learn How To Use Web Driver To Fill A Login Form And Submit It In the previous lesson, we launched Firefox using Web Driver & opened a page, then closed the browser. That was nice for a starter, but we would want to do more than that with Selenium. We want to automate filling …

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What are Tenkeyless keyboards (TKL, 87%, 80%)? And what are their advantages & disadvantages

Definition Of Tenkeyless Keyboard (TKL) Take 100% keyboard, cut the numpad part, and you simply get a Tenkeyless keyboard. Tenkey is another name for the numpad, thus the name Tenkeyless. It’s One of the simplest keyboard form factors to explain ☇ Here are 100% & Tenkeyless keyboards side by side:- Since only the numpad part …

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Lenovo ThinkPad T14 VS T14s Comparison:- AMD VS Intel, what are the key differences?

Let’s Compare Between The Thinkpad T14 & T14s If you read my article about ThinkPad model numbers & series, you already know that the ThinkPad with S suffix represents slimmer variation of the model. But that’s not all there’s about them. For each S variation, there are many internal differences that could make a difference …

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What are 75% Keyboards, and What Are Their Advantages & Disadvantage?

What Is 75% Keyboard Form Factor Take a 100% keyboard, remove the numpad buttons (Tenkey), and instead of having the navigational cluster to the right, add a column with a bunch of them to the right, and you get a 75% keyboard. The keys column usually contain the Page Up & Page Down & some …

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Getting Started With Selenium Web Driver:- Setting up Eclipse And Opening A Web Page With Firefox Web Driver

It’s Time To Setup Selenium Web Driver & Write Our First Test Now we got to know about Selenium & the main tools under it. It’s time to start using the Web Driver, which is the main focus of this series. In this lesson, we will download Selenium & integrate it into Eclipse (you can …

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Staggered VS Ortholinear keyboard, what are the differences?

Let’s Learn The Difference Between Staggered & Ortholinear Keyboard Layouts While reading about keyboards, you probably stumbled upon the terms staggered & ortholinear keyboards. These are two layout with different methods of aligning the keys. Staggered keyboard layout is the common layout we use every day. It has the keys diagonally aligned. If you looked …

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Introduction to selenium web driver series. What is it? And what browsers & programming languages it supports

Interested In Browser Automation? Let’s Learn That With Selenium Web Driver Selenium is a very prominent tool to launch & control a browser instance using many popular programming languages. It’s commonly used for testing web applications, automation, as well as web scraping (which can be illegal). In this series, we will take a look at …

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What are 60% Keyboards (65%)? And what are their advantages & disadvantages

What Is 60% Keyboard Form Factor? To put it simply, 60% keyboards is a keyboard form factor that ditches the numpad, the F-keys row, as well as the navigation cluster (page up, page down, delete… etc). That results in a very compact form factor while still having all the main keys used for typing, which …

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40% Keyboards Form Factor, What are they? And why would you use one?

What Is 40% Keyboard Form Factor? To put it simply, the 40% keyboard form factor are keyboards with much fewer keys than the 100% keyboards. A good way to understand that is to see both form factors in action, like this:- As you may have noticed, 40% keyboards don’t have F-keys, numbers keys or numpad, …

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