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API metrics endpoint

The new API metrics endpoint gives you full access to performance data within your RedLine13 test. Instead of downloading the stats data you can query for a single metric or multiple metrics with your test. You can use this data to build your own graphs or trending information. We built this because of a customer request so that they could create their own dashboard. See the API documentation. And for parameters and format, see the new endpoint.Read More →

Load Testing in a Continuous Integration Environment

In this blog post, we will talk about Load Testing in a Continuous Integration Environment and how to effectively integrate with cloud systems using RedLine13. The crucial point of the this blog post is that we are preparing our load test script just using Selenium code. Before we begin our example, let’s briefly talk about the technologies used in Continuous Integration (CI) processes in our post. Jenkins is an open source automation server and an integrationRead More →

Data Driven Testing with Excel Files

In our previous blog post, we wrote about Data Driven Testing (DDT) using CSV files in JMeter. Excel files are another popular approach. This blog post will show step by step how to do Data Driven Testing with Excel files. Contrary to CSV files, we will import some external libraries in JMeter and then write a few lines of code to perform data driven tests. The other important aim of this blog post is that insteadRead More →

JMeter Test Script Recorder

Mobile app users are demanding high performance at all times and they rarely give a second chance to an app that performs poorly. For this reason, you have to make sure to prepare your app in advance by executing a proper load testing process. JMeter can be used for mobile performance testing. To start with, we will show you the steps you can take to record the scenario in a mobile app with JMeter. It’s similarRead More →