We’ve Speed Tested 30k Websites and here’s what we’ve found

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2 minutes read We’ve speed tested over 30000 websites and here are the speed test results after running the website speed tests: Total: 30000 websites tested – Check how fast is your website for free Response times between 0ms – 200ms 223 (<1%) websites with response time between 0ms – 200ms Response times between 200ms – 500ms 641 (~2%) websites with… Read more »

Performance Testing vs. Load Testing

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2 minutes read 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 »

How to Send an Android Application to Background and Reopen It

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1 minute read While testing different applications you will get to the need of testing the following scenario: The user is opening the application, clicks the Overview button which sends the application to background and reopens the application by choosing it from the recent used application. To be able to do that you need to know how to… Read more »

How to use Explicit and Implicit Waits in Selenium WebDriver with Java

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2 minutes read Here are details related to using waits with Selenium WebDriver in Java. According to the Selenium documentation, at the moment, there are two different type of waits: explicit and implicit. After you understand how to locate elements with Selenium WebDriver, you have to focus on waiting for elements to appear, be visible, be clickable. Waiting… Read more »

Find all the Links on a Webpage with Selenium WebDriver in Java

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1 minute read Here is how you can find all the Links on a Webpage with Selenium WebDriver in Java. All you need to do is to create a list of all WebElements, and then iterate thorough the list of links to print the link and the text of the link: List allLinks = driver.findElements(By.tagName(“a”)); System.out.println(“All links found… Read more »