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    Recently i was playing with Swagger Codegen tool and i needed to look at available configuration fields for java language. You can do it easily by running : curl -X GET --header 'Accept: application/json' 'https://generator.swagger.io/api/gen/clients/java' But, as an output, you'll get this : {"…

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  2. How to fix docker-machine installation on Mac OS X

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  3. Reading plist resource from your iOS Framework library

    Currently at my work i'm writing a lot of XCUITest tests and therefore have to work closely to iOS development field and Swift ( which is exciting). However, moving from Scala/Java/Python field into this new language is a bit challenging, since iOS world works a lot different. So, in…

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  4. Opening local version of Allure report with Chrome

    Recently I was trying to integrate Allure report with some Webdriver tests I was writing with py.test. I did everything like it was said in the documentation : Install allure cli with brew install allure Add pytest-allure-adaptor==1.7.7 dependency to requirements.txt Add steps annotations to Page Object…

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  6. TestNG Test Annotations Order

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