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Loadero is a versatile tool that can be used for different types of web application tests. In order to provide a comfortable way of running the tests that you need, we have different test modes. In this blog post, we describe each of those in detail so you can pick the appropriate one every time you are launching a test run. There are currently 3 available test modes to choose from when creating your own…

Quite often we get requests to provide support to migrate tests from the testRTC testing tool to our service. We try to provide support to our users to help make this transition as easy and flawless as possible. To ease the process further for other users with similar needs this blog post was created. If you are already in the progress of migration or just planning and estimating how big of a task this is,…

There are many programming languages that can be used for test automation. Loadero supports 3: Java (TestUI framework), Python (Py-TestUI framework), and JavaScript (Nightwatch.js framework). Test automation with Java is quite popular, in fact, the second most popular framework of choice when it comes to writing test scripts in Loadero is TestUI. In this blog post, we’ll describe the basics, most commonly used elements, and methods and give an example of a test script written…

According to IEEE Spectrum Python is the top programming language of 2021, and since April Loadero supports Python as a test script language. Many engineers agree that test automation with Python is an excellent choice, and in this blog post, we’ll show the basics of it. Python tests in Loadero use the Py-TestUI framework. Py-TestUI wraps and implements additional features for Selenium Python binding. This means that Loadero Python tests can utilize the full power…

We have already wrote previously about how you can automate your testing routines without using the graphical interface but by using Loadero API instead. In this blog post we will show how you can integrate performance and load tests into your CI/CD workflows with the help of Github Actions. Github Actions allow you to automate and execute your development workflows directly from your repository which makes the integration very simple. We will take a look…