< 1 minute read When you choose to install JMeter using Homebrew you may find yourself a bit lost with JMeter configuration files and ask yourself: “What is the location of the configuration files now?” To make it easy for you to find the folders please see below the mapping for the folders in the Standard JMeter vs Homebrew… Read more »
Posts Categorized: Performance Testing
Should I use the JMeter GUI for running the load tests against my application/API?
< 1 minute read Often software developers get to ask themselves the question: Should I just run the tests in the GUI now that I finished developing them? The answer is pretty simple, NO. You should not use the GUI when running the tests. The GUI should be used only for developing the tests. For running the tests you… Read more »
How to install extra plugins in JMeter using the Plugins Manager?
2 minutes read A lot of times you will need to install some extra plugins that will help you in developing or running the performance tests. For this you will need to use the JMeter Plugins Manager. Below are the steps needed to install the Plugin Manager and install extra plugins: How to Install the JMeter Install Apache… Read more »
Why does installing JMeter with Homebrew gives invalid option: –with-plugins?
< 1 minute read Before Homebrew 2.0 it was possible to install JMeter with all the extra plugins by using the following command: brew install jmeter –with-plugins Since Homebrew 2.0 the options have been removed so the command from above will show ‘Error: invalid option: –with-plugins‘. How to fix Install JMeter with: brew install jmeter Install the extra plugins… Read more »
How to Install JMeter on Mac?
2 minutes read When starting with Apache JMeter for performance testing the first step you need to take is to install JMeter on your development machine so that you can develop the test scripts. For installing JMeter on Mac machine you have a couple of options: Installing JMeter via Homebrew Installing JMeter by downloading the archive with the… Read more »
KissFront: Lighthouse as a Service
2 minutes read KissFront is a web performance monitoring tool running Lighthouse continuously or on-demand (using Lighthouse as a service) to monitor your website performance and get insights on speed with modern performance metrics. Lighthouse is an open-source automated tool for analysing and improving the quality of web pages with audits for performance, accessibility, progressive web apps, SEO and best… Read more »
What is Disaster Recovery Testing in Software Testing?
< 1 minute read Disaster Recovery Testing is the process to ensure that an organisation can recover data, restore business critical applications and continue operations after an interruption of its services, critical IT failure or complete disruption. A disaster recovery test (DR test) checks every step from a disaster recovery plan as outlined in an organisation’s business continuity/disaster recovery… Read more »