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A HAR file: Pro Tips for Developers

A HAR file is a breakdown of timings that help you better understand how your site gets built. The standard includes timings for DNS, objects, and connections, among others. These values are stored as JSON documents in a file called a.har. In practice, reading.har files can be complicated, but there are ways to make sense of the data for your particular web page or domain.

Design Your Ideal Business Process-And Your Dream Vacation Itinerary

In the first of this three-part blog series, Discover, Design and Automate Your Way to Business Agility, Speed, and. . . the Caribbean?, we introduced similarities between vacation planning and moving your business through digital transformation. In part 1, we explored the discovery phase: finding out how process mining helps identify bottlenecks and inefficiencies in your business processes so you can optimize and automate with agility and speed.

How DreamFactory Can Help You Reduce API Bottlenecks

If you’ve been using APIs for a while, you know that reducing API bottlenecks is important to ensure optimal user experience. API bottlenecks can cause your system to grind to a halt, resulting in lost sales and unhappy customers. However, powerful open-source software that provides a complete REST API for your JavaScript, Python, or PHP applications can help you avoid this fate. The solution to prevent these bottlenecks relies on the developer platform you decide to use.

Data Discovery: From Finance to Healthcare

Data discovery, also known as data analysis for business users, is one of the top business intelligence trends for 2022. Let’s take a look at how industries like yours are making use of data analytics tools to find patterns and derive insights from data. You just might be surprised at the innovation spanning each sector.

How to Fix the No Such Element Exception in Java

The NoSuchElementException is an unchecked exception in Java that can be thrown by various accessor methods to indicate that the element being requested does not exist. Since the NoSuchElementException is thrown at runtime, it does not need to be declared in the throws clause of a method or constructor.