Load.Me

Load.Me

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About Load.Me
Load.Me — is an IT service company, professionally engaged in the development of software solutions with various levels of complexity starting from small self service portals to microservice based CRM and ERP-systems The company brings together professionals with hi...
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10 - 49
2012
Poland, United States
Load.Me
We deliver solutions
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Services

Company provides wide varuety of IT services - web and software development, devops and automation.

Focus
Service Focus
Portfolio
3 Portfolios
Leroy Merlin WiFi authorization system

Internal WiFi authorization system for Leroy Merlin clients with advertisment features.  In scope of the project Load.Me did integration with WiFi devices and admin interface for devices management.

$10001 to $50000 12 weeks Retail
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Firstly, let’s define load testingThe objective of Performance testing is to analyze the behavior and performance of applications, primarily response time, extensibility, pace, and the usage of software and infrastructure resources. A component of performance testing is load testing. It is used to verify how the application performs under conditions of normal or heavy load. It is simply the process of determining how fast a web application will respond to user requests. The application must be able to handle thousands of visitors in order to perform well. Webmasters should make sure their servers are able to handle this number of visitors without problems.The purpose of load testingOne of the purposes of load testing for the website is to determine the actual loading time of the web page by sending it to the user's browser without loading it and analyzing the response. The measurement can be done by a tool like Netscape Navigator or Google Chrome, which is commonly used by all. The tool sends the website in one frame and then in the next frame another page is loaded and this is measured to determine the performance.To properly measure the performance of a site, it must be able to measure the speed of each page load. It may also include the number of visitors and pages that load, but not necessarily all pages. These measurements can then be used to create an overall view of how well the website is performing. Once a website is loaded, the user should be able to navigate through it easily and find the information they're looking for.Load testing toolsChoosing a tool that best suits your business needs is critical. WebLOAD, LoadView, and Loadrunner are some of them. WebLOAD operates using Ajax, NET, Oracle Formats, HTML5 and other technology on every application interface. LoadView can be used to tests efficiency. With LoadRunner, thousands of users can be handled at the same time.These tools will also help to identify areas on the website that have poor loading time, and this will allow the website owners to focus on the areas that need improvement. Benefits of Load testingIdentify slowdowns before implementation Help boost a system's scalability.Lower system downtime risk.Enhanced user satisfaction.A lower cost of failure.Best PracticesAddress business priorities Determining the main framework and web efficiency metrics Select a suitable tool Build a test case   Understand & run the testConclusionWebsite testing and measurement tools will also help you to see the differences in the speed and response time from different servers and this will be very helpful when trying to choose the server for your website. This will help you avoid server crashes that may affect your website. You can then make improvements to your website so that it can load smoothly on that particular server.
Firstly, let’s define load testingThe objective of Performance testing is to analyze the behavior and performance of applications, primarily response time, extensibility, pace, and the usage of software and infrastructure resources. A component of performance testing is load testing. It is used to verify how the application performs under conditions of normal or heavy load. It is simply the process of determining how fast a web application will respond to user requests. The application must be able to handle thousands of visitors in order to perform well. Webmasters should make sure their servers are able to handle this number of visitors without problems.The purpose of load testingOne of the purposes of load testing for the website is to determine the actual loading time of the web page by sending it to the user's browser without loading it and analyzing the response. The measurement can be done by a tool like Netscape Navigator or Google Chrome, which is commonly used by all. The tool sends the website in one frame and then in the next frame another page is loaded and this is measured to determine the performance.To properly measure the performance of a site, it must be able to measure the speed of each page load. It may also include the number of visitors and pages that load, but not necessarily all pages. These measurements can then be used to create an overall view of how well the website is performing. Once a website is loaded, the user should be able to navigate through it easily and find the information they're looking for.Load testing toolsChoosing a tool that best suits your business needs is critical. WebLOAD, LoadView, and Loadrunner are some of them. WebLOAD operates using Ajax, NET, Oracle Formats, HTML5 and other technology on every application interface. LoadView can be used to tests efficiency. With LoadRunner, thousands of users can be handled at the same time.These tools will also help to identify areas on the website that have poor loading time, and this will allow the website owners to focus on the areas that need improvement. Benefits of Load testingIdentify slowdowns before implementation Help boost a system's scalability.Lower system downtime risk.Enhanced user satisfaction.A lower cost of failure.Best PracticesAddress business priorities Determining the main framework and web efficiency metrics Select a suitable tool Build a test case   Understand & run the testConclusionWebsite testing and measurement tools will also help you to see the differences in the speed and response time from different servers and this will be very helpful when trying to choose the server for your website. This will help you avoid server crashes that may affect your website. You can then make improvements to your website so that it can load smoothly on that particular server.

Firstly, let’s define load testing

The objective of Performance testing is to analyze the behavior and performance of applications, primarily response time, extensibility, pace, and the usage of software and infrastructure resources. A component of performance testing is load testing. It is used to verify how the application performs under conditions of normal or heavy load. 

It is simply the process of determining how fast a web application will respond to user requests. The application must be able to handle thousands of visitors in order to perform well. Webmasters should make sure their servers are able to handle this number of visitors without problems.

The purpose of load testing

One of the purposes of load testing for the website is to determine the actual loading time of the web page by sending it to the user's browser without loading it and analyzing the response. The measurement can be done by a tool like Netscape Navigator or Google Chrome, which is commonly used by all. The tool sends the website in one frame and then in the next frame another page is loaded and this is measured to determine the performance.

To properly measure the performance of a site, it must be able to measure the speed of each page load. It may also include the number of visitors and pages that load, but not necessarily all pages. These measurements can then be used to create an overall view of how well the website is performing. Once a website is loaded, the user should be able to navigate through it easily and find the information they're looking for.

Load testing tools

Choosing a tool that best suits your business needs is critical. WebLOAD, LoadView, and Loadrunner are some of them. 

  • WebLOAD operates using Ajax, NET, Oracle Formats, HTML5 and other technology on every application interface. 
  • LoadView can be used to tests efficiency. 
  • With LoadRunner, thousands of users can be handled at the same time.

These tools will also help to identify areas on the website that have poor loading time, and this will allow the website owners to focus on the areas that need improvement. 

Benefits of Load testing

  • Identify slowdowns before implementation 
  • Help boost a system's scalability.
  • Lower system downtime risk.
  • Enhanced user satisfaction.
  • A lower cost of failure.

Best Practices

  • Address business priorities 
  • Determining the main framework and web efficiency metrics 
  • Select a suitable tool 
  • Build a test case   
  • Understand & run the test

Conclusion

Website testing and measurement tools will also help you to see the differences in the speed and response time from different servers and this will be very helpful when trying to choose the server for your website. This will help you avoid server crashes that may affect your website. You can then make improvements to your website so that it can load smoothly on that particular server.

Contact information
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Load.Me
Królewska St. 65А, Krakow, Malopolskie 33-332
Poland
+48 12 400 40 20
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Load.Me
42 Broadway, NYC, New York NY 10004
United States
ua
Load.Me
Bohdana Khmelnytskoho St. 48-а, Kiev, Kiev 01030
Ukraine
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