We are pleased to report that another eValid patent has been issued, effective 25 March 2014. US Patent #8,683,447 is the seventh patent in the eValid patent portfolio.
In addition to the issued
eValid Patents several additional applications are before the USPTO for consideration.
If you are working in the general area of web testing you may want to look into
the possibility of basing your efforts on the technology that eValid offers.
eValid BizDev Opportunities for details.
Monday, March 31, 2014
Friday, March 28, 2014
- Load Scenario Design Question -- Notes about how to plan a LoadTest "scenario," which is a general plan for how you would impose load on a server using eValid in multiple-instance mode.
- Load Testing for a Key Performance Indicator (KPI) -- The key performance indicator can often be used as the objective function in a server loading project, and here are some hints.
- Maximum number of BUs on Windows 8 -- This is the natural enough question, and here are some estimates based on our experience.
- eValid Monitoring advantages? -- The main advantage of eValid in montoring mode is accurate and realistic client-side emulation and measurement.
Wednesday, March 12, 2014
- Capturing text from one field to another -- A complex question, but one that eValid can do using features within the "structural testing" support set.
- What is the best way to manipulate the values on a page -- An example of how to handle parametric operation of a test script using the "data synthesis" mode that is built into eValid.
- Handle complex intra-browser data manipulation -- Description of methods that can be used to perform some complex operations in real-time on a current browser page.
- Does eValid work on Windows as well as web apps -- Yes, eValid has multipe modes (native, emulated, application and desktop) that give it some cool capabilities.