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Using no-code to create a website from a table

building block
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I have been hearing about “no-code” solutions for a while but never had the chance to use one. The concept is interesting because programming is usually a barrier for the average person. If they are not required to code, many more people would be able to develop digital and automated solutions to their problems.

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Let’s say I want to create a website with a curated list of local clubs and other infrastructures that promote a high quality of life.

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Framework review: Cypress

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Fast and reliable testing for anything that runs in a browser. It uses Javascript to make setting up, writing, running and debugging tests easy — for QAs and developers.

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Framework review: Karate

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Karate is the only open-source tool to combine API test-automation, mocks, performance-testing and even UI automation into a single, unified framework. You don’t have to compile (Java) code. Just write tests in a readable syntax.

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Redbubble 🔴 My favorite place to buy geek stickers

wearing Redbubble

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Infrastructure testing (Ruby): InSpec + Azure

Infra testing is mostly uncharted territory