How to automate measurement of load on client caused by web application?
Question ID: 109376

We have a complex HTML5 application.  There may be some client side performance issues depending how the application is used.  I would like an automated way to determine the effect on the client side when certain features of the application are in use.  It must work on Mac, Windows, and Linux.  Any ideas?

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Asked on February 27, 2020 10:05 am
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Hello Jazar02,

What kind of performance issues are you having on the clients side?

Normally, load/performance testing simulate/emulate the user client-side actions to create load to test how well the (AUT) Application under test Servers handle high volume of users.

Generally, the best tool to verify that your AUT client side actions are working is recommend you use "UFT One".

for details :


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Answered on February 27, 2020 12:28 pm
Verifying client side functionality is not the problem. We are trying to determine if there are hardware limits or network limitations on the browser end that would impact the users experience during certain activities. i.e. video conferencing, remote desktop sessions, streaming video. We would like to find out if low-end hardware, like Chrome books are going be problematic.
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