Recently, I was exploring various logging mechanism available in Java and I came across this topic – Aspectj.
I found the AOP – Aspect Oriented Programming approach quite unique (and complex to use as well! :P)
As I learned basics of Aspectj step by step, I kept taking notes of whatever I’ve grasped. Sharing it here.
During my schooldays, I had a classmate. Let’s call him/her X. We always used to compete fiercely for 1st rank in school exams.
Fast forward school. Now in college. 3 years zoomed off, I didn’t hear anything about X.
As humans, we tend to be interested in stories of our old rivals. I’m no different. I wanted to know how X has been doing in college.
In India, exam results are often indication of one’s brilliance and success. Though, I thoroughly disagree with that notion, I started to wonder, is there any way I could get results of X? It could be a good weekend project.
Step by step tutorial on setting up AndroidViewClient on Windows machines.
AndroidViewClient is a python library and tools that simplifies test script creation and android test automation, providing higher level operations and the ability of obtaining the tree of Views present at any given moment on the device or emulator screen and perform operations on it.
AndroidViewClient is commonly used to create tests scripts but can be in stand-alone scripts as well. Test script creation can be even further simplified and automated by using Culebra.
Culebra is a sweet tool!