Tag: Testing

Load Testing with JMeter – Tips and Tricks

Load Testing with JMeter – Tips and Tricks

Increasing the heap size By default, JMeter uses 1 GB of heap memory. This may not be enough and you may encounter an Out of Memory exception. Maximum Heap memory size can be increased to say 2GB by adding the following line in JMeter startup script: Xmx2g means maximum heap size is set to 1…

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JMeter: Use multiple user logins for load testing

JMeter: Use multiple user logins for load testing

Thread Group simulates a number of virtual users putting the load on the server. Often one of the initial requests is user login and depending on the user credentials specified in the login call, all threads will be using the same login. If you want each thread spawned by the Thread Group to use a…

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Introduction to Load Testing with JMeter

Introduction to Load Testing with JMeter

JMeter is a load testing tool to measure the performance of web applications. It is open-source and written in Java. Key concepts in JMeter JMeter test script is developed by adding components in the Test Plan pane on the left side. To get a general idea about the components and what can be achieved, let’s…

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Dart Code Coverage with Github Actions and CodeCov

Dart Code Coverage with Github Actions and CodeCov

Unit tests and Code Coverage not only improves the code quality but also provides agility in developing new features with confidence. How to set it up for a Dart repository hosted on GitHub? We will be using following two packages for writing/running unit tests and collecting code coverage data. Package Description test Provides a standard…

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Maximo Test Automation with Cypress

Maximo Test Automation with Cypress

Cypress.io is a newish front-end test automation tool. In my brief encounter with Cypress, I found it relatively easy to set up and get started. The development workflow from coding to writing tests and running them is refreshingly smooth as compared to other Selenium based tools. Cypress does have its own limitations though as explained…

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