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JUnit 5 by Examples

In software development, unit testing means writing tests to verify that our code is working as logical units. Different people tend to think of a “logical unit” in different ways.

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Scheduling Jobs with Node.js

Have you ever wanted to perform a specific task on your application server at specific times without physically running them yourself?

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Rollout Strategies with Feature Flags

Rolling out new features is one of the most satisfying parts of our job. Finally, users will see the new feature we’ve worked on so hard!

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Configuring CORS with Spring Boot and Spring Security

Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS) is an HTTP-header-based mechanism that allows servers to explicitly allowlist certain origins and helps bypass the same-origin policy.

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Testing Feature Flags

Putting your code behind a feature flag means that you can deploy unfinished changes. As long as the feature flag is disabled, the changes are not having an effect.

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Testing Time-Based Features with Feature Flags

Time-based features in a software application are a pain to test. To test such a feature, you can (and should) write unit tests, of course.

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