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 issues, invalid HTML, missing images, wrong CSS.
It’s very easy to schedule daily runs and inspect rendered images on all devices in just a few seconds. Just select the desired mobile emulators and load your site across different screen sizes and resolutions.
LoadFocus Mobile Emulation service allows you to test your web apps and websites on all popular smartphones and tablets and we constantly add the new ones. Easy to use and lightweight interface makes testing fast and easy, also you to set your favourite devices and websites, so that you can run or schedule multiple tests with only a few clicks.
Mobile Emulation allows you to see your websites like they are rendered in mobile devices, check how easy is to simulate a wide range of devices and their capabilities.
Mobile Emulation is far easier than switching to a real smartphone or tablet. It could save hours of effort.
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remove any listeners that are GUI mode specific (you can do this by opening your JMX file in GUI mode and remove the GUI specific listeners)
get summary results in the terminal by activating the summary option in the jmeter.properties file
Additional scripts that come with Apache JMeter installation can be found in the /bin folder where you’ve downloaded JMeter.
For Windows systems:
jmeter-n.cmd – drop a JMX file on this to run a non-GUI test
jmeter-n-r.cmd – drop a JMX file on this to run a non-GUI test remotely
mirror-server.cmd – runs the JMeter Mirror Server in non-GUI mode
shutdown.cmd – Run the Shutdown client to stop a non-GUI instance gracefully
stoptest.cmd – Run the Shutdown client to stop a non-GUI instance abruptly
For Unix/Linux systems:
mirror-server.sh – runs the JMeter Mirror Server in non-GUI mode
shutdown.sh – Run the Shutdown client to stop a non-GUI instance gracefully
stoptest.sh – Run the Shutdown client to stop a non-GUI instance abruptly
The commands will only be accepted if the scripts are run from the same host. Details on how to start JMeter on Mac system can be found here. Also, here is how to load test a website with Apache JMeter.
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