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Tools Used in Robotics Process Automation (RPA)

Robotic process automation (RPA) is a software technology that makes it easy to build, deploy, and manage software robots that emulate human actions interacting with digital systems and software. Just like people, software robots can do things like understanding what’s on a screen, complete the right keystrokes, navigate systems, identify and extract data, and perform […]

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How to Host Your Project Using Azure Build & Release Pipelines (GIFs included)

If you have a project in your repository that you want to host on the web, running the build and release pipelines on Azure is one way to go. Although configuring them is super easy, the process itself is not very intuitive especially the first time you encounter it because what each pipeline does is […]

Utilizing AngularJS and LESS in AEM context

In the project which was ended long before, worked as a front-end developer, I faced the challenge that I needed to develop a suitable workflow for front-end development in AEM context. Besides the three well-known mundane front-end technologies – HTML, CSS and JavaScript, I managed to get another two good helpers – AngularJS and LESS, […]

jsPDF in Web Portal

What is jsPDF? jsPDF is an open-source library for generating PDF documents using JavaScript. It provides multiple options to generate PDF files, with custom properties. It has numerous plugins to support various ways of PDF generation. The Challenge in portal web application for PDF generation: In portal, aggregation of data from various sources plays an important part. In […]

Automated Acceptance Test with AngularJS, Jasmine and Protractor

Want to do automated acceptance test in AngularJS web app? This post introduces you to the basics of building Automated Acceptance Test with AngularJS, Jasmine and Protractor.

Two “shipping” ways of using docker

Docker is a platform for developers and sysadmins to develop, ship, and run applications. Ship the “Dockerized” app and dependencies anywhere – to QA, teammates, or the cloud – without breaking anything. It’s one of the most important purposes to use docker. In Vernon Stinebaker‘s earlier post “Docker, mobile, and putting things in boxes“, he […]

100% code based configuration in Spring MVC

If you’re a JEE developer, you must be bored with XML configuration. Thanks to new features of Spring project, now you can have a 100% code based configuration for a web application. Here are some tips:

Read/Write from Excel using Sahi Automation Tool

While automating an application, taking the modern automation frameworks into consideration it becomes a necessary action to make our script interact with an excel sheet or csv data file in order to read and write the data. Usually we use excel sheet, as this provides more organized way of storing the data. Let’s see the […]

Interpreting Spring form tags

Spring MVC provides tags for handling form elements when using JSP. Each spring form tag will generate HTML tags at runtime. These tags provide support for the set of attributes of its corresponding HTML tag. This blog provides a quick reference of how to interpret some of these commonly used spring form tags and understand […]

Client side Inter Portlet Communication using amplifyJS

When portlets need to communicate between each other without involving any server-side logic, client side Inter Portlet Communication[IPC] can help for quicker interaction. Handling IPC at client side provides flexibility to refresh only the portlets / components involved in the communication rather than a full portal page refresh. AmpliyfJS – Is a JavaScript component library […]

Using Maven Shade Plug-in in Portal Development

Using Maven Shade Plug-in in Portal Development The Scenario In some portal development projects, when the functionalities are common for a set of portlets and custom filters, we put them in the jar file and call them as common libraries or provider jars. It increases the modularity of the code, which in return helps in […]

Setting cookie in Render Phase of a JSR 286 Portlet

Problem: To accomplish one of our project requirements, a specific piece of information (CSS_Key) needs to be maintained in the browser cookie that controls the styles dynamically for the application. This key should be read in the first screen of the application as a URL parameter and the value needs to be maintained in the […]

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