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The demand for running WebRTC tests is growing and we keep working on Loadero to fill our customers needs both for available WebRTC testing features and providing detailed and valuable test results reports. Today we will take a look at how to set up a simple WebRTC video conference application, write a multi-role test, and test it using Loadero. This blog post was originally published in TestDevLab blog. In order to accomplish our goal, we’ll be doing…

Sometimes you run a performance test just to make sure your application works fine for different browsers or locations. But in other cases you may know exact thresholds for some metrics, that would show that application works as expected. In these cases using assert preconditions is a clever idea that can save you time and improve your testing. Assert values often can be dependent on different circumstances, such as different CPU usage based on browser…

In the last decade the application market has grown significantly. Messaging, fintech, and other web applications are no longer a rarity. Also, the number of smart device users has risen sharply, reaching 2.5 billion in 2018. However, tremendous challenges arise. Making sure that these applications can handle user load and work seamlessly, without errors on a broad range of devices and browsers requires troubleshooting web based applications. The need for testing web apps is growing.…

August was a hectic month for Loadero as we were developing many new features as well as attending Twilio Signal conference! We were showcasing Loadero at Signal, as well as meeting other companies to help us grow even bigger. We enjoyed SIGNAL, did you have a chance to attend it as well? These are the main features we have added this month: TestUI fully supported with all custom commands as with Nightwatch.js and webRTC internals…