How to Load Test My Website?

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LoadFocus – is a easy to use cloud load testing tool, and you don’t need any setup, it runs from the browser. Here you can find more details on the load testing features: https://loadfocus.com/load-testing Just create an account, it’s free for the first 14 days: https://loadfocus.com/pricing-and-plans Here is everything you need to know about load testing: Top… Read more »

How to Load Test your Cryptocurrency Exchange Service

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Load Testing your cryptocurrency exchange service is very easy with the Cloud Load Testing Tool provided by LoadFocus. You can easily simulate exchange transactions by calling your API endpoints within our load testing tool. It can simulate up to 600k requests per each load test. Load tests run in real-time and you can inspect multiple performance… Read more »

Load Testing Made Easy

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Load testing should be an easy, on going task that your team should focus in terms of constantly improving the quality of your application. LoadFocus is an easy to use, in browser, cloud load testing application which allows to simulate load tests from the browser to your application with up to 600k connections per test…. Read more »

How to Find the Bottleneck of a Website / Microservice or API

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In order to find out how does your application / website behave, there are a number of steps that you have to follow which will give you a better understanding of the current performance state of your website / application. Usually, you can keep a customers interested if your website’s speed is good enough and each… Read more »

How to use Apache JMeter’s WebDriver Sampler to Load Test the UI of an Application

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Here is how to use Apache JMeter’s WebDriver Sampler to load test the UI of the application, and by the UI, I mean load test a user’s workflow, with entering the web pages, clicking on different links etc. All you have to do is install the JMeter plugins and make use of the WebDriver Config… Read more »