kandi X-RAY | mrchecker Summary
kandi X-RAY | mrchecker Summary
resources/settings.properties: List of properties for each test module. resources/secretData: File used to encrypt/decrypt sensitive data used during test execution. For safety please do not keep this file in repository, read more How to keep sensitive data . resources/environments/environments.csv: List of variables with different values based of used test environment. Read more How to use test environments. test/java/com.capgemini.mrchecker//junit: Folder which includes a java file (MainTest.java) with methods recommended to build a basic test. main/java/com.capgemini.mrchecker//: Contains a template (MainPage.java) with methods necessary to build a basic page object. test/java/com.capgemini.mrchecker/cucumber: Folder to store the cucumber tests (MainCucumberTest.java). test/java/com.capgemini.mrchecker/cucumber/features: Directory to keep cucumber files with features for each test module (basicScenario.features). test/java/com.capgemini.mrchecker/cucumber/stepdefs: Directory to keep cucumber files with steps definition for each test module. test/java/com.capgemini.mrchecker/cucumber/shared: Directory to keep cucumber files with shared data tables for each test module.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Search for reservations by email
- Displays the reservations by date and email
- Change date format
- Order menu
- Send all keys with the given text
- Filters the response based on the given request spec and response spec
- Convert iterable to map
- Click the log out button
- Waits until the user has logged in
- Checks if any of the email rows in the email
- Retrieves the emails from the inbox
- Downloads a file
- Gets the response message
- Authenticates user using SimpleLogin popup
- Invoked when the tab has been opened
- Search for first menu
- Verifies if the provided alert text is equal to the expected text
- Sets the birth date
- Produce a response based on the request specification
- Load basic auth link
- Change an email attribute
- Authenticates a single user session
- Move mouse pointer to top of viewport
- Chooses the robot
- Gets the reservations
- Enter Thai book
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However, I've ran into the CORS error. Seems my request keeps getting blocked:
Access to XMLHttpRequest at 'https://www.google.co.uk/' (redirected from 'http://www.google.co.uk/') from origin 'null' has been blocked by CORS policy: No 'Access-Control-Allow-Origin' header is present on the requested resource.
How can I resolve this with JS, with no server side code? I want to handle this entirely on the front-end/client-side:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Feb-18 at 17:42
I found a solution, which encourages the use of fetch() API, which bypasses the CORS error/block.
However, I wasn't sure if there are any cons/disadvantages to use this approach?
It seems it does what I need it to do.... to check whether a URL exists on the internet or not:
No vulnerabilities reported
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