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August 2018

The Easiest Way To Compare REST API Responses Using JMeter

2018-08-20T12:48:48+03:00August 6th, 2018|Categories: Technical, Testing|Tags: , , , , |

Restful APIs have increased in popularity over the last few years. The trend started with giants like eBay and Amazon. This has happened because these types of APIs present multiple advantages. Some of these benefits are: good performance in component interactions, scalability, simplicity, portability and reliability. For these types of APIs, JSON files are the

April 2018

How to Create an Advanced Website Crawler with Jmeter

2018-04-16T12:43:59+03:00April 10th, 2018|Categories: Technical, Testing|Tags: , , , |

This article is a short tutorial on how you can create your own highly configurable web spider using the open source application JMeter. The article covers a few sections: What are web crawlers? The testing context where I needed to use one Step by step guide on creating the script Approach breakdown (advantages/ disadvantages)

October 2017

Quick guide to jMeter’s thread groups and when to use them

2017-10-19T11:33:06+03:00October 19th, 2017|Categories: Testing|Tags: , |

This document is destined to people who already have a notion of what performance testing means and how jMeter is used (basic knowledge). When talking about performance testing, a very important factor is to try to simulate the actual user behavior as best possible. A group of virtual users is represented in the jMeter

August 2017

We’re going live in 3 days, we need performance testing!

2017-08-10T12:50:47+03:00August 10th, 2017|Categories: Technical, Testing, Written by our colleagues|Tags: , , |

Performance testing is usually something you plan and do over time. You create a set of scripts and you run them throughout different phases of the project. You compare the results and create some reports which will show if the overall performance of the application has increased or decreased. There could be situations where this