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 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 »

Performance Testing vs. Load Testing

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If you ever asked yourself “What is the difference between Performance Testing and Load Testing”, below are listed some of the main characteristics of Performance Testing and Load Testing, and how are they different from one another. What is Performance Testing? Performance Testing represents the characteristics of a system, how fast is that system, in… Read more »

Enable gzip compression on NGINX

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During Speed testing of your website or web application using LoadFocus (https://loadfocus.com/website-speed-testing) on the Advice section you might get the tip that you need to enable compression like in the image below:     Compressing responses often significantly reduces the size of transmitted data. Because the compression happens at runtime this can add a big… Read more »