- How Many eValid's Can You Get On One Machine Instance? (Forum: CLoud)
- AJAX Playback (Forum: Server Loading)
- Why Don't You Have eValid for Chrome and Firefox/ (Forum: Technology)
- What Is RIA Monitoring Really Good For? (Forum: Application Monitoring)
Tuesday, September 29, 2009
Thursday, September 24, 2009
EU's are done with full eValid instances, and usually represent about 10% of the total user count; VU's are simulated with the eVlite engine using HTTP page gets in 1000-thread instances.
In terms of performance vs. price, these services represent unusally good value for money! As low as $0.32 per user.
Wednesday, September 23, 2009
The eValid Structural Testing Commands show how to manipulate DOM elements and element values.
There is a simple Manual Script Creation Process that generates a purely-structural test by using the technical details a "from life" eValid test recording. As the Algorithmic/Structural Testing table points out, this process is likely to be significantly less work than pure scripting.In addition to these special eValid capabilities you can also take advantage of our fixed-price test development services -- we guarantee a working structural test based on your specifications for a low fixed price.
Thursday, September 10, 2009
Extremely Robust Tests Are Based on Structural Page Features
New eValid capabilities make it possible to prevent test failures due to non-consequential changes to your web application. Using Index/Motion commands you can develop an Algorithmic/Structural test that can handle any AJAX or Web 2.0 application -- even when page structure and details, but not intent and effect -- change substantially.
Learn how you can gain greater productivity with smaller budgets, maximize your IT investments and get more work done in less time with less energy. Build reliable, robust tests once, and you won't have to worry about them again.
* Brief Introduction on eValid's Architecture.
* Functional Test Creation: "What you see and do, is what eValid records, is what eValid reproduces".
* Methodology: Record From Life, Adapt From Page Facts
* Index/Motion (Algorithmic/Structural) Command Summary
* Typical Script Passages: Natural and Structural Versions
* Practical Experience & Recommendations
Tuesday, September 1, 2009
MediaBeta's Francesco Micali asked some very pointed questions, mostly focusing on web server performance and how it can influence the end-user's experience. We think it makes for good reading.
And, for our Italian-speaking colleagues, here is the same interview, published in two parts: