Selenium Testing With 2-Way Authentication - Background Intro

Today, I’m going to begin a mini-series on testing sites with 2-way SSL authentication via Selenium, a Docker-based project called Zalenium, and a small handful of browser configuration files.

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Pro Tip - Check Your Git Settings

Here’s a few pro tips for everyone:

  • Git does not have a command to set both user name and author at the same time.
  • Before you submit a pull request on GitHub (or your favorite open source contribution platform), make sure you’ve used Git’s username and email setting commands correctly.

Pay heed, otherwise, you’ll end up with an author line like this…

Author: Daniel Lakes <Daniel Lakes ReservedDeveloper@users.noreply.github.com>

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Doctrine2, Error Messages, and You

Today, I’m going to share a nugget discovered while developing an API for exploring usage of AngularJS (v1) with Symfony 2.7. Specifically, I’ll be talking about a rather tricky error message encountered while creating some CRUD functionality for an admin portal.

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Beyond Hexo

So, pretty early on, I’ve started exploring alternative site generation tools. For the first two posts on the site, I’ve been using Hexo. Overall, pretty big fan. Unfortunately, there’s a few things missing that leave me in want of something better.

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A Brief Primer

Welcome to my coding blog! I’ve decided to join the internet circa 2000 – now powered by Markdown. I suppose we’ve at least evolved beyond the WYSIWYG for content entry, so three cheers for progress! That said, let’s get down to business.

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