One of the (many) brilliant things that the people affiliated with Ruby on Rails have done is to create excellent documentation. Specifically the tutorial that is intended to introduce newcomers to the Rails framework and Ruby. 255 more words
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Gebhardt, Richard C. “Balancing Theory with Practice in the Training of Writing Teachers.” College Composition and Communication. 28.2 (1977): 134-140. Web. 21 Jan. 2015. 387 more words
Not sure if this has made its way down the AV Grapevine… But IDNS are back on the HEPCW Framework for the 2015 period onwards. For those of you that are suffering Acronym Fatigue (it needs to be a recognised illness!) – This is the one that encompasses HEPCW themselves (Higher Education Purchasing Consortium for Wales) and ValueWales (Welsh Public Sector Procurement), the LUPC (London Universities Purchasing Consortium) and the SUPC (Southern Universities Purchasing Consortium) – plus there are many other affiliate/Independent members on there as well. 254 more words
WebDriver API and JSONWireProtocol is not just for web and mobile applications testing, it can be for desktop too!
And so, here’s a blog post about just that. I’ve found that the WebDriver API in general, with regards to common location strategies of ID, name, class, tag, and kind of XPath, along with element manipulations–such as click, type/sendKeys, get/set text, get attributes, mouse operations, key up/down, taking screenshots, finding elements & validating properties (enabled, visible, selected)–all that being common across web, mobile, and desktop. 327 more words