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Understanding Thread Group in JMeter

September 10, 2017
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In this blog, we will cover another important component of JMeter i.e. Thread group. “Thread group” in JMeter decides the number of users to be simulated and number of times that they need to hit JMeter servers. Based on the values set, each thread group in jmeter or user will begin to run from the first request as the thread group is set at the global level. This plays a crucial role in putting a load on the application under test and analyzing response times, CPU utilization, memory leaks etc. Let’s try to understand components of JMeter one by one and see their part in creating the desired load. Read More…

Understanding JMeter Test Plan

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As discussed in the previous blog – Understanding JMeter GUI regarding various components of JMeter User Interface. Now, we will be covering each component one by one. Firstly, we are going to understand – JMeter Test Plan. It is a placeholder of the entire test suite of JMeter. Whatever components we want to add in JMeter, they will be part of a Test Plan. Read More…

Learning JMeter components and GUI

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As discussed in Step 6 to 8 in the previous blog – JMeter Installation Guide > Installation of JMeter, clicking JMeter batch file will launch GUI mode. Learning JMeter the GUI mode of JMeter gives us an interface to create JMeter scripts, Execute test runs and see reports. Once, the script is successfully created we can run JMeter in headless mode to save memory but for initial script creation, GUI mode is used. In this Blog in Learning JMeter, we will be going over each and every component of JMeter GUI which will come handy when you are writing or running your own test runs. Read More…

JMeter Installation Step by Step Guide

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Apache JMeter is 100% based on Java. Hence, in order for JMeter Installation, Java should already be installed in the system. In order to check the version of Java on your system, go to CMD > type – “java -version”. If Java is already installed and environment variables are set then it will display Java version on your system. Java version greater than 1.5 is required for JMeter. If the version of Java is not displayed or if it is less than 1.5 then please follow steps below to install Java. Read More…

Introduction to Apache JMeter

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Apache JMeter is a powerful Open source tool. It is based on Java. JMeter is used to do performance testing on the application and monitor the behavior of the application or System at the time of different types of load conditions. Read More…

Learn JMeter – Free JMeter Tutorial Series

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JMeter is the most popular tool when we talk about Performance Testing. Apart from Performance Testing JMeter is also used for API Testing of Rest and Soap services. The main advantage all above is it is free. We at HelpingTesters have come up with Free JMeter Tutorial Series which consists of blogs and videos. Read More…

What is Agile Scrum – HelpingTesters

September 8, 2017
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In our previous blogs, we learned what is Agile Methodology in details. In this today’s article, we will talk the most accepted process for Agile development i.e. Agile Scrum. Agile Scrum is the framework for managing team and gets maximum productivity in the project. Read More…

Understanding Agile Methodology – HelpingTesters

September 5, 2017
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Software development using Agile Methodology is nowadays the most widely used practice in most of the IT organizations are following same. In simple dictionary meaning, Agile means to be able to move quickly and easily. Let’s try to understand something about Agile Methodology step by step. Read More…

Test Driven Development (TDD)

August 31, 2017
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Let us understand firstly why Test Driven Development is required? When you start building an application, you have to make many choices even before you write the first line of code. You can choose to build the program cheaply and quickly expecting it to work down the line. A good program not only works, but it is also easily comprehensible, modular and easy to maintain. A well-written code base not just saves time and money in the long run, it can withstand the tests of time with changing business requirements. Initially, teams might feel that it is adding unnecessary effort, but it facilitates easier ongoing delivery. To understand code written by another person is always a difficult task, especially if his style is different from yours. Just like different people write a language differently, different coders write codes in their unique style, but not all styles are equally good.Read More…

White Box Testing

August 29, 2017
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White box testing is the process of evaluating the internal structure of the product.The testing process involves looking at the structure of the code and evaluating the internal operations of all the modules present. White Box testing is always applicable to the lower levels of testing such as unit testing, integration testing etc..Read More…