Some time ago I had to test a web app where a popup was triggered if the user hovers over a specific link. This is not as easy as testing if an element contains a specific text. But it’s possible using Selenium Actions. These class provides methods to perform some custom gestures on a page, like moving to an element. Here is an example how to do this: Continue reading
AngularJS provides several ways to use URL parameters in order to serve different views to a user or hand over information by using the URL. In this tutorial I will explain the different options you can use, e.g. for a URL like “/path/:param/with/query?foo=bar”.
With this blog post I want to provide an example webapp using Spring and AngularJS since both are very popular technologies. The webapp is created using Spring Initializr, Spring Boot and an example AngularJS project. It’s a step-by-step tutorial with some explanations. The repository can be found in this repository: https://github.com/seeebiii/SpringAngularExample.