How to exit a process in Node.js?

Mayank Agarwal
Published on 17-Jan-2022 11:39:11
There are some cases where we need to exit a certain process in Node.js based upon a condition. For this condition, we have the following methods where we can escape or exit any Node.js Process.Method 1: Using the Ctrl+C keyI hope everyone knows this shortcut to exit any Node.js process ... Read More

Node.js – dnsPromises.reverse() Method

Mayank Agarwal
Published on 17-Jan-2022 11:34:29
The dnsPromises.reverse() method performs a reverse DNS search to resolve the IPv4 or Ipv6 address to an array of hostnames. The promise is rejected with an Error object if a Success status is not encountered.SyntaxdnsPromises.reverse( ip )where, ip is the parameter that takes the input for the IP address to ... Read More

Node.js – dns.resolveSoa() Method

Mayank Agarwal
Published on 17-Jan-2022 11:26:39
The dns.resolveSoa() method uses the DNS protocol to resolve the start of authority records for the hostname. The address argument passed to the callback function will be an object that will contain the following properties −nsnamehostmasterserialrefreshentryexpireSyntaxdns.resolveSoa(hostname, callback)ParametersIt accepts the following parameters −hostname – This parameter takes the input for the ... Read More

How to download a file using Node.js?

Mayank Agarwal
Published on 17-Jan-2022 11:19:07
We can download file using Node.js by either using third-party libraries or using some inbuilt packages.Method 1: Using 'https' and 'fs' moduleWe can use the http GET method to fetch the files that are to be downloaded.The createWriteStream() method from fs module creates a writable stream and receives the argument ... Read More

Node.js - diffieHellman.computeSecret() Method

Mayank Agarwal
Published on 17-Jan-2022 10:45:35
The diffieHellman.computeSecret() is used for computing the shared secret using the public key of other's party and returning the computed shared secret. The suppliedKey is interpreted using the specified inputEncoding and the secret is encoded using the specified outputEncoding. If the inputEncoding is not specified the other publicKey is expected ... Read More

What exactly does a Thread count do in TestNG?

Ashish Anand
Published on 12-Jan-2022 13:34:13
TestNG supports multithreading, i.e., a @Test methods can be invoked in parallel. A test or multiple test methods can be invoked from multiple threads. Therefore, multithreading is useful if @Test methods need to be run asynchronously in parallel.Multithreading can be achieved by using the keyword "thread-count=<integer>" at Testng.xml. Thread count ... Read More

What is TestNG Annotation Order?

Ashish Anand
Published on 12-Jan-2022 13:23:51
A TestNG class can have various TestNG methods such as @BeforeTest, @AfterTest, @BeforeSuite, @BeforeClass, @BeforeMethod, @test, etc. In this article, we will explain the order of execution of different TestNG methods.TestNG consists of the following methods to support the main @Test method. The order of execution should be as follows ... Read More

How to specify method name sequence in TestNG?

Ashish Anand
Published on 12-Jan-2022 13:18:26
A TestNG class can have various TestNG methods such as @BeforeTest, @AfterTest, @BeforeSuite, @BeforeClass, @BeforeMethod, @test, etc. In this article, we will explain the order of execution of different TestNG methods.TestNG consists of the following methods to support the main @Test method. The order of execution should be as follows ... Read More

How to set the output directory of TestNG @BeforeTest?

Ashish Anand
Published on 12-Jan-2022 13:14:37
TestNG supports default report generation when a user runs testng.xml, either from an IDE or the command line. By default, all reports are generated at the Project -> test-output folder. If the test-output folder is not present, then TestNG creates it at runtime and saves all the files related to ... Read More

How to skip TestNG test at runtime?

Ashish Anand
Published on 12-Jan-2022 13:12:26
TestNG supports multiple ways to skip or ignore a @Test execution. Based on requirement, the user can skip a complete test without executing it at all or skip a test based on a specific condition. If the condition meets at the time of execution, it skips the remaining code in ... Read More
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