Why Should You Run Load Tests Every Day?

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Load Testing is all about caring for your customers. Running load tests all year round is a best practice and you should have this idea in mind. Here are just a few things that can affect your sales, by getting less conversions and increasing the churn rate: New releases containing new code/features with performance issues… Read more »

Website Software Testing Services

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We test your website for free! Get started here! Let us do the testing for you every month or every release. We test your website, web services or APIs before any live release. This way you can ensure to release with much more confidence and don’t get any regression bugs. We run a full set… Read more »

Introducing LF Page Speed Monitoring – Easily track speed of your website and compare with competitors

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Customers conversion rate is a very important metric for every online business, even if you have a simple website, a blog, an ecommerce marketplace or a complex platform. At LoadFocus, we saw this as an opportunity to add a new service under the same plans, a service which will help you keep an eye on… Read more »

What is the Document Object Model (DOM)?

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The Document Object Model (DOM) is an object-oriented representation of the web page, representing the document as nodes and objects (HTML tags), which can be modified with a scripting language. DOM is a programming API for HTML and XML documents. The DOM is created when the webpage loads inside the browsers, HTML you write is parsed by the browser… Read more »

How to Design your Load Testing Scenarios

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So you’ve run your first free load test with LoadFocus. What’s next? Load Testing Goal The main goal of load testing is to see whether the application can sustain the increased load on the server or will it crash the server. Your applocation can be a website, some API or web serivices you use or… Read more »