What Is Internationalization And Localization Testing: A Complete Guide

Nowadays, many organizations have software products (websites or apps) that are built for a global audience. One of the trickiest parts is delivering an experience that appeals to the local audience of the target market. Catering to the needs of the local users would require localization. You would have come across internationalization and localization when …

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Accelerating New Features in Docker Desktop

In November 2019 Docker announced our re-focusing on the needs of developers. Specifically, we set out to simplify the complexity of modern application development to help developers get their ideas from code to cloud as quickly and securely as possible. We’ve made a lot of progress since delivering against our public roadmap, including shipping Docker …

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How to move a relational database to the cloud without a hitch

Many things can go wrong when migrating a relational database to the cloud. But upfront planning and preparation will help things go right. A few weeks ago, I wrote about five questions to ask about a database before migrating it to the cloud. Here, we look at what comes next: developing and implementing a database …

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Debunking The Top 8 Selenium Testing Myths

When it comes to web automation testing, the first automation testing framework that comes to mind undoubtedly has to be the Selenium framework. Selenium automation testing has picked up a significant pace since the creation of the framework way back in 2004. Developers and the QA community hail open-source frameworks like Selenium, since it has …

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DataStax offers serverless, NoSQL Astra DB across multiple regions, clouds

DataStax is making its serverless, NoSQL database-as-a-service (DaaS) Astra DB, built on open-source Apache Cassandra, available in multiple regions across major cloud services providers such as Microsoft Azure, Amazon Web Services (AWS), and the Google Cloud Platform (GCP). The announcement follows rival MongoDB’s launch in July of its own serverless, NoSQL DaaS, Atlas. Enterprises have …

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5G and the Opportunity for Dedicated Device Fleets

Authored by Vikram Kapoor and Radha Kiwalkar According to the Cisco Annual Internet Report– 5G connections appeared in 2019 and will grow over 100-fold to 1.4 billion by 2023. 5G connectivity is evolving into a strong contender for mobile connectivity leaders, driven by the growth of mobile IoT (Internet of Things). By 2023, there will …

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Selenium WebDriver with Python for Web Automation Testing: Getting Started

Introduction In the agile environment, developers need to run relevant cross-browser tests to push any front-end changes quickly. While small projects use manual testing, larger projects need automation because of the increasing number of web browsers. How is this done using Selenium WebDriver and Python? Selenium is one of the most popular open-source web automation …

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Understanding WAGI, the WebAssembly Gateway Interface

Microsoft continues to do interesting open source work through its Deis Labs team. Here you’ll find important Kubernetes tools like Helm and CNAB, as well as a set of intriguing WebAssembly projects. Having a group like Deis is important for Microsoft. It allows Azure to experiment with new cloud-native technologies without committing to launch, while …

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