"Install IE Driver(x64) for Selenium WebDriver into your Unit Test Project. "IEDriverServer64.exe" is copied to bin folder from package folder when the build process. NuGet package restoring ready, and no need to commit "IEDriverServer64.exe" binary into source code control repository. / The MSBuild script that contained this package is free and unencumbered software released into the public domain. / "iedriverserver64.exe" is licensed under the Apache license v.2.0."
Project website: https://github.com/cchitsiang/nuget-selenium-webdriver-iedriver/
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"Invoke-Build is a build and test automation tool which invokes tasks defined inPowerShell v2.0+ scripts. It is similar to psake but arguably easier to use andmore powerf…"
"The Google Places API can be used to find locations and their details like geolocation, address and other data. It returns a predicted list of locations based on the inp…"
"dotConnect for Oracle is an enhanced database connectivity solution built over ADO.NET architecture and a development framework with advanced support for ORMs, such as E…"
"Extends XAF by adding great new features for example;◦the ability to generate runtime members for your objects, ◦creating Application/Role/User models in the database, ◦…"
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