Creating a SVN Repository using TortoiseSVN step by step explained

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SVN Repository: Subversion is the abbreviation of SVN. We can not see a single project/team without a repository. Crowdsourced projects are maintaining their codebase/repository in cloud repositories like GitHub to track the source code changes.   What we are going to do today ? We are going to create a SVN repository using a TortoiseSVN. TortoiseSVN is a software which

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Facebook Infer: Finding bugs before it goes live

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facebook infer static analyzer: Today facebook released an open-sourcing development tool named facebook infer static analyzer to identify the bugs before you ship. Facebook infer is a tool to identify the bugs before it goes live, meaning we can not write a bug code which million people use/experience. A single bug with this much user base application will create much problem

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Eclipse Must Know Shortcuts

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Eclipse Must Know Shortcuts: Any Programmer mainly Java/PHP developers very well aware of the great development tool Eclipse.As a developer knowing the keyboard shortcuts makes us unique and also help us speed up the work/task to improve our performance gradually. Today we are going to see all the important shortcuts that all the developers must know. These shortcuts are common for almost all

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Increasing the console size in eclipse

[social_share style=”bar” align=”horizontal” heading_align=”inline” facebook=”1″ twitter=”1″ google_plus=”1″ linkedin=”1″ pinterest=”1″ /] Increasing the console size in eclipse Windows -> Preferences -> Run/Debug -> Console Limit console output (check) Then increase the size in the console buffer size textbox. Note: 1000000 (around 1MB of text) is the max one in many of the eclipse version. Feel free to share your comments/feedbacks…… 224 total

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Starting SVN Server in Windows [command]

Here We are considering that you have already created the svn repository. Below is the command to start the svn server. Once the svn server started only we can access the repository. SVN Command Syntax: svnserve -d -r REPO_PATH If svn repository created in D:/SVN_REPO, then you have to run the below command SVN Command Example: svnserve -d -r "D:/SVN_REPO"

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How to use conditional breakpoint in eclipse (step by step)

We can say no developers in the world who developing without debugging his/her code. We have lot of debugging options to make use the debugging option more effectively. Here we are going to see how we can debug with conditional breakpoints. Step 1: Below is the very simple program to explain the conditional breakpoint, package in.javadomain; public class ConditionalBreakpoint {

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Debugging based on Exception in Breakpoints Eclipse

we know how to debug in eclipse using breakpoints, Now we are going to learn how to debug based on exceptions in eclipse, Window -> Show view -> Breakpoints It will look like this, click “Add Java Exception Breakpoint” icon as mentioned in the above screenshot, Sample Java Program: package in.javadomain; public class BreakPointException { public static void main(String[] args)

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Selenium click Event Sample Program in Java

Selenium click Event: In the post, we are going to load site using selenium in java and JSP and Servlet page will be clicked after the page load. Selenium Java Program to Click: import; import; public class SeleniumClickEvent { public static void main(String[] args) { File file = new File("D:/IEDriverServer.exe"); System.setProperty("", file.getAbsolutePath()); InternetExplorerDriver driver = new InternetExplorerDriver();

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Junit Test case sample

Step 1: Java code package com.math; public class AgnClass { public int Sum(int x, int y) { return x + y; } } Step 2: Junit Test case for the above Java code package com.math; import org.junit.Test; import static org.junit.Assert.assertEquals; public class AgnClassTest { @Test public void testSum() { AgnClass nav = new AgnClass(); assertEquals("Result", 15, nav.sum(10, 5)); } }

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