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Every month we are making some changes to Loadero to offer a better tool for your performance and load testing, and May wasn’t an exception. Our engineers worked hard and this month there are big updates that will definitely help our users gain more insights from the real end-to-end tests in Loadero. WebRTC dump format change for Mozilla Firefox Our customers, who use Loadero for testing WebRTC applications, also work with the full WebRTC internals…

Time flies by and Q1 of 2021 has already passed. Our team was busy working on improving Loadero to make it easier to use and provide more insightful testing results to our users. We are proud to announce some long-anticipated updates that were done during the last months, make sure to use them for your benefit. In-app billing plan updates and automated payments We have been working on this for a long time and are…

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…

New features for greater WebRTC testing result reports, new versions of browsers supported and more possibilities for creating complex tests tailored exactly to your needs. Another month has passed, another list of additions to Loadero we are proud to announce. We feel happy for our customers, who can deliver better and perfectly working web services with the use of Loadero. And this serves as an inspiration for us to constantly improve and add fresh features…

Post-run assertions give a great opportunity to quickly determine if test run results are within the preset limits. If you need to analyze web app performance metrics that can be set as asserts for a finished test run, it is done very quickly in Loadero. For example, it’s quick and easy to assert machine CPU and memory usage to not exceed 60 percent during the test run. Or you can use asserts to focus on…