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While we did not have any updates to share in the month of March, we were steadily working on multiple improvements and new features, many of which have successfully been finalized in April. Please refer to the rest of this blog post to see what has changed in Loadero. Test run initialization time improvements If you run tests often, especially load tests, you may at times have experienced that your test runs remain in the…

The short month of February was a time of intensive work in Loadero, and while some of the biggest updates are coming soon, we have some news about what has been added to Loadero recently. Below are the updates we’ve done. WebRTC metrics gathering update We updated the way Loadero gathers WebRTC metrics during test runs and the new version is out already. This can have some impact on the RAM usage measurements since during…

The first month of 2023 has already ended and we are excited to share the new updates and features that we implemented in Loadero over the past month and some of the fixes we made during that time. If you are using Loadero to test WebRTC solutions, make sure to read the section about updates for WebRTC metrics gathering, it also has information about important upcoming changes. Nightwatch.js version 2.5.2. Our team and many of…

Recent months were very busy for our team and some exciting new releases are coming soon. Meanwhile, in this post, we’re sharing updates to Loadero that took place in November 2022. There are some updates to our API, to the way Loadero works with test run artifacts in the results reports, new browser versions, and the Loadero Python client that we were developing for quite a long time and finally are happy to offer to…

We’ve been working on many new features and improvements for Loadero, both large and small. And now we are excited to share the updates and some information about even bigger updates coming soon. Here is what changed in Loadero recently: We upgraded NightWatch to version 2.3.0 In Loadero we use the NightWatch framework for tests written in Javascript, and we really like it. We actually mostly use it when we are creating tests for our…