Author: Rahul kumar

A Quick Overview Of Tags And Groups in Grafana K6

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hi folks, In this blog, we will discuss and explore more about tags and groups in our favorite performance testing tool, Grafana K6. However, you may be asking what the circumstances are and why we use them. So let’s start with some core fundamentals of tags and groups. A load test is frequently performed on a service that has multiple subsystems and resources. This makes Continue Reading

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Let’s Know More About Metrics In K6: Part-2

Reading Time: 3 minutes Greetings, friends! In this short blog, we will study the types of matrices in the load testing tool with various types of APIs using Grafana k6. As we already discussed the core fundamentals of metrics in my previous blog, this time we will explore the built-in and non-built-in (custom) matrices. Types of matrices In k6, there are two different types of metrics: 1. Built-in especially: constructed Continue Reading

Let’s Know More About Metrics In K6: Part-1

Reading Time: 3 minutes Greetings, friends! In this blog, we will study metrics in the load testing tool with various types of APIs using Grafana k6. However, you may be asking what the circumstances are and why we use them. So let’s start with some core metric fundamentals. It tracks how well a system works in real-world scenarios.  I hope you have a basic understanding of metrics after reading the definition. We’ll learn more about it in Continue Reading

With Grafana K6, a Quick Overview Of Dynamic Correlation In Performance Testing

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hello there, everyone. In this blog, we’ll talk about and learn more about dynamic correlation in Grafana K6, our favorite performance testing tool. You might be wondering what the circumstances are and why we utilize them. So, let’s start with basic correlation principles in performance testing. The technique of retrieving a value from a prior HTTP response and using it in a further HTTP request Continue Reading

Scenarios And Executors In Grafana K6:A Quick Overview

Reading Time: 5 minutes Hello there, buddies! With the aid of Grafana k6, we will investigate scenarios and executors in the load testing tool with various sorts of APIs in this brief blog. But you might be wondering what the situations are and why we employ them. So, let’s start with the fundamental concepts of scenarios. Scenarios are a grouping of transactions or scripts that we use to imitate Continue Reading

API Load testing with K6 in a data-driven framework

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hi friends In this short blog,  we will explore how we perform load testing with different types of APIs with the help of the k6. But you may think that we already have JMeter and Gatling tools available in the market for load testing. So why do we use k6? But this k6 tool has its own advantages, in this short blog, we will also Continue Reading

How to test API load with k6 using GitHub Actions

Reading Time: 5 minutes Hi friends, As we are all familiar with CI/CD and it has taken a very crucial place in the software development industry. Along with our development code therefore it is very important to integrate our automated tests with CI/CD as well. But you may think that we already have Jenkins and other CICD tools available in the market so why do we use GITHUB action Continue Reading

Automate Android App in Appium with Data-Driven Framework

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hi friends, Welcome to our appium blog series, In the last blog, we know about the desired capability which helps a lot in an appium to test whatever android or iOS to know more about the problems related to appium and also for better understanding of Desired Capabilities which are essential for mobile testing so please go through our previous blogs from here but this Continue Reading

Pact and its elements in contract testing

Reading Time: 6 minutes Hi friends, Welcome to our pact blog series, This is my first blog on the pact in which we will discuss the basic elements of the pact and know more about contract testing. What is contract testing? Contract testing is a technique for testing an integration point by isolating each microservice and checking whether the HTTP requests and responses that the microservice transmits conform to a Continue Reading

Why We Need Desired Capabilities in Appium

Reading Time: 5 minutes Hi friends, initially, In this blog, we learn about “why we need Desired Capabilities in Appium“, so as we discussed earlier, Appium is a tool used for mobile testing. It also required a connection between mobile and Appium server that things which help to make a proper bond in between are “Desire Capabilities.” Appium tool is an open-source, cross-platform automation testing tool, and therefore the Continue Reading

Problems In Appium Tool Installation With Ubuntu

Reading Time: 4 minutes In this blog, we try to solve the Problems which generally people face during the Appium tool Installation with the ubuntu(Linux-based) operating system. Appium tool is an open-source, cross-platform automation testing tool, and therefore we use the Appium tool in testing native applications, mobile-web applications, and hybrid applications using a web driver. The Appium server is a script in Node.js and Appium tool is also Continue Reading

Why We Use Oops Concept In Python Programming

Reading Time: 5 minutes INTRODUCTION Python is a high-level general-purpose and very popular programming language. It allows us to develop applications using an Object-Oriented approach. In Python, we can easily create and use classes and objects. By which it focuses on writing the reusable code. It is a widespread technique to solve the problem by making things. The latest Python 3 version is used in web development, Machine Learning applications, Continue Reading