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How we can measure server performance using JMeter?

December 21 2016, 12:05pm

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Performance Testing is the process of measuring a system’s performance by increasing the demand on the system. It is performed to ascertain a system's behavior under normal as well as the estimated peak load conditions.

 

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JMeter is a segment of Apache Open Source project. It is an application which can be used to perform functional testing and load testing. It is designed as pure Java application and can be used to perform load testing of any type of web application including the ones written in .NET, PHP etc.

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Introduction to testing & how to enhance values of a tester who don’t code?

December 14 2016, 12:39pm

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Software testing is a process in which investigation is conducted to provide the information to the stakeholders about the quality of the product or service which is under test. Software testing provides an objective, independent view of the software so as to allow the business to understand the risks of software implementation.

Coding

There is always a big irony with respect to quality. Quality is something which is not assured by the quality assurance team. It is the development team that assures quality. The customer experience is totally dependent upon each line of code written by the developer.

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Introduction To Selenium 3.0: An Upgradation Using GeckoDriver

December 7 2016, 10:38am

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Selenium 2.0 was released in 2011 and introduced the new WebDriver APIs that encouraged everyone to start moving to them. Selenium 3.0 is a simple drop-in upgrade version if you're currently using the WebDriver APIs.

Selenium 3.0

None of the WebDriver APIs have been changed, and the code is essentially the same as the last 2.x release. Even if you're using Selenium Grid, the same applies: in most cases, you can just drop in the new JAR, and you're done.

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Why Load Testing is important for your applications and what is its future?

November 30 2016, 11:29am

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Load Testing is the process of measuring a system’s performance by increasing the demand on the system. Load testing is performed to ascertain a system's behavior under normal conditions as well as the estimated peak load conditions.

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By the time a software development project approaches to completion, it is expected to have passed numerous tests, particularly in an Agile Testing environment where testing and development goes side by side.

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How to get started with Robotium?

November 24 2016, 07:25am

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Robotium is a “Black-Box” testing tool that simulates and automates user interaction such as clicking, touching, entering text and any other gesture which is possible on a touch device. It is a test structure which was created to ease the writing of powerful and robust automatic black-box test cases for Android applications.  With its support, developers who create test cases can write system, function, and acceptance test scenarios, covering multiple Android activities. It provides full support for Activities, Dialogs and Context Menus. Robotium is an open-source tool, so it can be used by individuals as well as Enterprises. 

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How to get started with Robotium?

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How to use Jenkins tool in software testing & what are its features?

November 9 2016, 09:12am

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Jenkins is an open source tool which is simple, extensible, and user friendly. It performs continuous integration and provides CI services for application development. Its basic functionality is to execute a list of predefined steps. It continuously builds and tests the software keeping the track of execution and status of jobs, so the users and team members can regularly obtain the most latest stable code. It supports SCM tools such as CVS, Git, AccuRev and so on and can build Freestyle, Apache Ant, and Apache Maven-based projects.

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How to use Jenkins tool in software testing & what are its features?

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Introduction to JMeter & How to View JMeter Test Results in Real-time?

November 3 2016, 12:03pm

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What is JMeter ?

The Apache JMeter is completely Java open source software. It was first developed by Stefano Mazzocchi who was working for Apache Software Foundation, designed to load test functional behavior and measure performance. You can use JMeter to measure the performance of variety of services or web applications. Performance testing means testing a web application against concurrent & multiple user traffic and heavy loads. JMeter originally is used for testing FTP application or Web Application. These days it is used for database server test, functional test etc.

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Role of Artificial Intelligence in Software Testing

October 13 2016, 10:42am

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Regression testing is complex when the interface is reformed. It is possible that many of the current test cases cannot be performed with the new interface. This can bound automation in regression testing and therefore considerably increase the cost of regression testing. That’s where artificial intelligence can be introduced. The regression test cases that are affected by the change in structure are automatically regenerated and interface structure is modeled, where possible. It is extremely useful to have knowledge regarding where faults are likely to occur while organizing testing, this can be fed into decisions regarding how much testing effort is consumed on each module. AI (Artificial intelligence) techniques can be used to calculate which modules are likely to be specifically susceptible to faults.

 

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Role of Artificial Intelligence in Software Testing

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What does the Future holds for Internet of Things(IOT) Testing?

August 18 2016, 11:22am

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What does the Future holds for Internet of Things(IOT) Testing?

The Internet of Things could be the biggest software development and testing opportunity of all time.

Though devices such as tablets, phones and wearable may already seem global, the IoT which is a vast, networked array of sensors and embedded systems. It can eventually scale-down all of them in its global reach and number of services and applications.

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