Part 2 | Mobile Application Performance Testing Challenges

To ensure the success of your mobile application and to create a positive end-user experience, mobile application testing is essential. In this article we will continue to examine the challenges that could arise when testing the performance of mobile applications as well as the key requirements for mobile application performance testing. In the first part of this blog series, you can find more information about mobile applications, and KPIs. Application Performance Testing Requirements Test engineers should take into account the following prerequisites as a starting point in order for device performance testing to be beneficial and effective for [...]

Part 1 | Mobile Application Performance Testing Challenges

Mobile devices are an essential element of our modern enterprises and lifestyles. According to Deloitte's Connectivity and Mobile Trends report, mobile application consumption increased dramatically in 2020 compared to prior years in order for customers to better get access to products and services amid the COVID-19 epidemic. Their statistics also show that the majority of consumers' heightened consumption is likely to remain long after the outbreak. Smartphones, compared to bigger PCs or even laptops, provide consumers with rapid access to various products, and services. Mobile applications serve as a bridge between users and service providers. Given the intense competition in the mobile [...]

Part 3: JMeter Installation and JMeter Tests with Loadium

Running JMeter Tests with Loadium The first and second parts of the series briefly explained how to install JMeter and an example JMeter scenario. In the third part, namely this part, it will be explained how to run JMeter Tests with Loadium. Let’s start. So, this is the first screen you’ll see once you are logged into your account. As you can see, there are 5 different testing option for you to choose. First one is JMeter Test which we will dive deep into soon. Second option is Gatling Test. It’s also a load test framework that [...]

By |2022-07-18T16:37:22+03:00July 19th, 2022|Tags: , , , |

Part 1: JMeter Installation and JMeter Tests with Loadium

In this article, firstly we will learn how to install JMeter and how to run our scripts that we created with Jmeter on Loadium. Jmeter is the most used testing tool for doing performance testing of web based applications. It’s completely open source tool and based on Java language. That’s why we have to download Java to our computer first. We can use this link for downloading Java. There is one thing to do before download the Jmeter. We have to configure the path of Java on our computer. After that, we can download Jmeter. It’s pretty simple. We [...]

By |2022-07-05T14:12:40+03:00July 5th, 2022|Tags: , , |

System Stability Test | Part 2

Advantages of System Stability Test And How To Do It How to Do System Stability Test To determine the scope and objective of the testing, we must ensure that the application server does not crash during the load test executions. Determine the business issues, verify the system performance, and load as per the end-user perspective. Assign the different responsibilities and roles like; creating test plan, test case design, test case review, test execution, etc. Ensure the test deliverables within the specified time Ensure proper load testing tools and experience team is present for the same. Measure the [...]

System Stability Test | Part 1

Stability Test Stability test is a type of software testing to check the quality and behavior of the software under different environmental parameters. It is defined as the ability of the product to continue to function over time without failure. It is a non-functional testing technique that focuses to stress the software component to the maximum. Stability testing is done to check the efficiency of a developed product beyond normal operational capacity which is known as the breakpoint. It has higher significance in error handling, software reliability, robustness, and scalability of a product under heavy load rather than [...]

How To Test Login Page Using JMeter

If you are starting your career as a Performance Test Engineer, you will be dealing with lots of login flows during your working hours. Since it is really important for the sake of your load test, the login page should be tested thoroughly. Here are some tips for you to create and execute a proper test to test login page using JMeter. 1. Practice Login Flow Manually Before recording the requests for login flow, you should perform a couple of manual tests for login components. Make sure that the login button, user credential sections and other basic [...]

Checklist To Advance JMeter Scripts in 9 Steps

As a professional software testing services firm, we supply JMeter scripts to our clients so that they may use Loadium to run performance tests fast and easily. Even if you are not a Loadium customer, you can benefit this checklist to advance JMeter scripts in 9 Steps. We recognize that the scripts we provide are frequently utilized by teams that do not have formal JMeter training but still want to be able to modify them and understand what they do. We've been working on creating scripts that are simple enough for anyone who isn't a JMeter expert and can [...]

By |2022-02-04T16:43:18+03:00February 4th, 2022|Tags: , , |

JMeter How to Solve NoHttpResponseException

During load testing, it is very normal that you get some errors for your requests. But sometimes these errors don't occur because of server problems. One of the most common exceptions in JMeter is NoHttpResponseException. To solve this issue, you can try the following alternative solutions. Change the Implementation of Your HTTP Requests On JMeter, choose a specific HTTP request sampler. On Advanced tab, you will see a section called “Implementation”. Change this option to “HttpClient4”. Then rerun your load test. Change Your “user.properties” File Adding some values to your user.properties file [...]

What Does Stress Testing Your Website Reveal?

Any software business that expects a significant volume of visitors due to a planned or unforeseen situation should be tested. Non-functional testing is used to assess the software's speed, stability, and scalability and evaluate how the website/application performs when under high load. A stress test is executed to establish the website's breaking point by simulating many visitors, which is the "load," and progressively raising it. When a website reaches a breaking point, it either crashes or suffers a considerable performance loss. In contrast to load testing, which tests the website for a particular load, stress testing raises the load to determine how the website behaves under [...]

By |2022-01-04T14:58:01+03:00January 4th, 2022|Tags: , , |
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