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As another month has passed, another development cycle has finished during which we’ve been focusing on fixing various issues as well as working on new features for Loadero. Stability improvements across the platform You may have noticed that this has been a recurring theme in recent months. As of the beginning of summer we’ve switched focus from pushing on new features towards making all kinds of improvements to our existing features. And September has been…

Strap in for a lengthy updates post, as we have yet another slew of improvements and new features for you! Stability improvements for lengthy WebRTC test runs We have resolved an issue where tests with high amounts of participants and a long running duration were prone to crashing due to running out of space on the instance to store all the WebRTC metrics gathered throughout the test run. We have implemented a couple of changes…

After a quiet June, we again have multiple functionality updates as well as fixes to share with you! Fake custom commands for local development Loadero offers a handful of custom commands aside from the frameworks’ base functionality, such as the ability to change network settings mid-test, timing the execution of specific steps, etc. However, this meant that performing local script development and debugging was made more difficult. If a test was failing in Loadero, you…

One of the main targets we try to achieve with Loadero is to make load and performance testing as accessible and simple as possible. As a major step toward making the test creation easier, a whole new test builder was designed and developed, with major benefits: Intuitive test configuration flowFewer actions to get to the final resultHigher test customisability Whether you have never used Loadero before, or are an existing user that has gotten used…

We have a lot of changes to present to you this month, some of which we have been working on and polishing for several months now. Strap in and prepare for possibly one of the most functionality-packed posts we’ve published to this day. Additionally, we would like to announce that Loadero will be attending DES Malaga, do feel free to visit us at TestDevLab’s booth #1A109 in Pavilion 1! Last month we also published a…