How to Test your Websites in Smartphone & Tablet Mobile Emulators

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2 minutes read Mobile Emulation service from LoadFocus allows you to understand how your websites and web pages render on mobile devices, in case you are keen on building mobile-first, fully responsive web sites. With Mobile Emulation service from LoadFocus you can load your websites and web pages in mobile emulators and inspect screenshots to find potential rendering… Read more »

How to use assertions in Apache JMeter tests

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5 minutes read What are assertions ? In case you are not familiar with the term, an assertion “is a test / a condition that must be tested to confirm conformance to a requirement”. Basically a test assertion is – a condition that compares the expected value with the actual value for a specified use case.   Why should I… Read more »

New Job Board Platform for Testers is now live!

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1 minute read We are happy to announce that the new Job Board Platform is up and running. This is the place where you can find Manual Testing jobs, Automation Testing jobs, Software QA Testing jobs, Performance and Automation Testing jobs. Only jobs in the Software QA area will be published. List your new testing role now, it’s… Read more »

Website Speed Test

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1 minute read You can run a free website speed test using instances of real browsers on We are using Mozilla Firefox browser to run the website speed test, so the results match the end-user experience exactly. Easily re-run speed tests and compare metrics like: Website Load Time Latency Time DOM Processing Time Page Received Time Cache… Read more »

What is HTTP POST Request?

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1 minute read HTTP POST request is used for sending data to a server. You can use POST requests for upload a file or submitting a web form, make sure that the receiving application agrees on the format. Additional headers are sent with the POST request: Content-Type: header which is usually application/x-www-form-urlencoded and the Content-Length: header gives the… Read more »

How many threads or concurrent users can I run in parallel with Apache JMeter from my machine?

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1 minute read If you want to stress your application with Apache JMeter you will try to start a load/performance test from JMeter with a lot of threads or concurrent users. You have an example in our previous post how to create a simple GET performance test for a web application or web site. Let’s return to our… Read more »