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Testing secured web service methods with SOAP UI 25Feb, 2016

Testing secured web service methods with SOAP UI

OVERVIEW Securing Web Service methods to protect them from malicious attackers, has been an indispensable part of SOA and web services for mobile applications. However, it also makes testing the web methods equally hard and unmanageable. I have been using SOAP UI for testing the web services of one of our mobile applications, where the…

Posted in: Testing
Filter Spam in Google Analytics 05Jan, 2016

Filter Spam in Google Analytics

Referrer traffic with 100% bounce rate in Google Analytics (GA) report is becoming a serious issue. This referrer traffic in the report is just a traffic stat not the actual traffic. This spam traffic affects the quality of analytics stats and alter website metrics, especially for website with fairly low traffic. Even in some┬ácases this…

Posted in: SEO
Introduction to Jquery Mobile 17Nov, 2015

Introduction to Jquery Mobile

What Is jQuery Mobile? jQuery mobile is an open-source multi platform UI framework to create mobile apps. jQuery mobile is a cross platform framework basically used for mobile apps development using HTML5, CSS3, jQuery and jQuery UI. This framework is not only easy to use it is very robust, maintainable, and well organized. jQuery Mobile…

DNN Installable Module 07Oct, 2015

DNN Installable Module

DNN Platform is an open source software that is intended to allow management of websites without much technical knowledge, and to be extensible through a large number of third-party apps to provide functionality not included in the DNN core modules. Skins can be used to change the look of a website using DNN. MODULES: The…

Posted in: Dot Net
Selenium Webdriver 27Aug, 2015

Selenium Webdriver

WebDriver is a tool for automating testing web applications and can be used for automating the interactions with browsers. As a tester its very difficult to perform regression repetitively for same test cases on different browsers. Delimma of the developers is that sometimes it is very time consuming to perform unit testing again and again…

Posted in: Node JS
Implementing ACL In Cakephp 2.1 and Upper Versions 24Jun, 2015

Implementing ACL In Cakephp 2.1 and Upper Versions

Hello friends! Time and again the idea of using ACL to designate specific permissions for specific groups have dreaded most of us. This happens because of the ambiguous behaviour shown by ACL at times. Well, the behaviour we perceive as ambiguous is due to limited understanding of the process involved in its implementation. Today, while…

Posted in: Cakephp