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V3.7 beta update #1 is released today. It includes the following new features: Test wizard is expanded to test configuration and test executionVerify can run until a specific sessionEvaluating data generators on request or on iterationExecuting an…Continue
Today Dr. Dobb's Journal unveiled the results of its annual awards for best testing tools for developers.
Our team was very excited to learn that StresStimulus won the
which puts it among the 3 top tools of the year.
Dr. Dobb's Journal noted that "…Overall, StresStimulus is a very nice tool that makes load testing so easy you will end up doing it more often."
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The update released today includes the following enhancements:
1. Test wizard is expanded. Now the test wizard walks users not only through the test configuration and run, but also through the major test results. Wizard steps are added: summary report, page details, request details, VU details.
2. Wizard UI highlighting. As a user navigates through the Test Wizard steps, the corresponding areas of the UI are highlighted to indicate how to execute the same steps outside the wizard. This simplifies StresStimulus adoption.…Continue
Jun 06, Update: v3.7 went live today. In includes substantially expanded context- sensitive help linked with the new v3.7 Online User Guide
StresStimulus V3.7, released today substantially simplifies test case configuration. This result is achieved by two main factors:
Select the recording source and click Record to start capturing your test case.
To create a test case from Session Grid, capture sessions or open a previously saved .saz session file, then on the first step in the wizard, select this choice (d) and click Create.
We are excited to announce the release of v3.5 today. Hundreds of users worldwide joined the public beta during the last two months. We received dozens of improvement suggestions through the StresStimulus Community forum and privately. We appreciate all your feedback and thank you for your help in making StresStimulus better.
Beta Expiration: If you installed the beta, it will expire in the next several weeks. You can replace it with the production version, available immediately.
What's New: In short, expect more power with less effort. Now you can configure and complete the most complex load tests of web applications running on virtually any Enterprise platform, in fewer clicks, while discovering more facts about your application scalability.
Here are a few v3.5 highlights:
February 24, Update: v3.5 went live today. In includes a context- sensitive help integrated with a complete online user guide for a quicker StresStimulus adoption path.
StresStimulus V3.5 public beta, released today includes the following highlights:
1. Loops. A Loop is a group of sequential requests or pages, requested multiple times within a test case iteration. Loops are implemented as extensions of transactions. Once a transaction is created, it can be converted to a loop by changing its "Transaction or Loop Type" property. Two types of loops are supported:
Example of using loops: User postbacks "check status" page multiple times until the…Continue
1. Three controls for simpler request parameterization. Previous concept of Parameterization Grid and Parameterization Editor is reworked to achieve more functionality and consistency and remove several restrictions. Now you can parameterize requests by selecting one of three controls most suitable for a particular situation. Follow these steps:
Note: GET requests do not have Body.
October 11, Update: v3.0 went live today.
Nine months ago we unveiled the Standalone StresStimulus Roadmap that laid out our intent to give StresStimulus users a choice of a Fiddler-integrated or standalone version in v3.0. Today with the launch of 3.0 public beta, we mark a significant milestone in this development.
Integrated and standalone versions are delivered in a single installer. Both versions have a very similar UIs and the same feature set, so no additional training is required. Both…Continue