Capturing Page Load Time Using JMeter and Selenium

Most market-leading performance testing tools (LoadRunner, JMeter, Azure DevOps, NeoLoad, WebLOAD, etc.) provide server response time when conducting different types of tests such as load, stress, spike, and endurance. However, it is also essential for software testers to figure out the page load time while performing load testing. In this blog post, we will find out how to measure page load time with Selenium

Test Data Generation for Automation Testing

Test data is essential for both manual and automation testing. However, test data changes in manual testing aren’t as concerning as in automation testing. That’s primarily because, in manual testing, the testers can change/create the data, they are also aware of the data changes and hold enough application knowledge. However, when it comes to automation testing, the tool cannot have this kind of knowledge

How to Build Offline-first Mobile Apps Using Cordova Hybrid Platform

Mobile applications should be designed intelligently keeping into consideration the needs and expectations of the target audience. And while developing mobile applications, our focus should always be on creating apps that are faster, smarter, and deliver the right results. In order to do so, a mobile app should be able to perform tasks with minimal clicks, be highly intuitive and offer offline support at

Best Practices for a Clean and Robust Angular Application

This post outlines some of the best practices we can use in our application to support robust and a highly scalable Angular framework. This write-up is related to Angular, Typescript and RxJs. Additionally, the blog discusses some general coding guidelines to make the application cleaner. Let us begin by evaluating the various features available in the Angular application framework. strict:true If you are starting