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Published on Apr 15, 2013
Load Testing Mobile Web Apps (Webinar 23 May 2012)
This webinar addresses the issue of running realistic load tests of a mobile web application, using the capabilities of the eValid test suite.
- Having eValid simulate a specific mobile device (an iPhone) using special eValid commands.
- Recording an eValid script that performs a typical client-side test.
- Converting the script to a "structural test" to make sure it works reliably by using DOM-based AJAX synchronization logic.
- Provisioning the script for a multi-browser LoadTest run by having it collect a Key Performance Indicator (KPI) data point from each playback instance.
- Making the LoadTest runs, starting with 1 device and stepping up to 1,000 devices at a fixed rate.
- Post-run analysis of the collected timing data reveals a capacity limit of a few hundred simultaneous users.
eValid is a test enabled web browser that incorporates a variety of software testing, quality control, security analysis, and functional validation capabilities.
Implemented using the IE browser as a baseline, eValid offers web application testers a unique combination of technical simplicity, easy of use, high degree of scaling, a range of user programmability, the ability to imitate any type of device (including tablets and smart-phones), and the flexibility to cover every type of web application.
Fully supported versions of eValid can be obtained at very modest prices. Team-oriented, enterprise, and commercial licenses are available. Academic and student use license are also available.