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Browser Recorder in K6- A Quick Overview

Reading Time: 4 minutes In this blog, we will learn about generating a k6 test script based on user sessions via the Browser Recorder extension. This extension allows us to capture everything that we have done in browser, and generate a k6 script for us automatically, and link it to our k6 Cloud account. Note :- k6 comes with two methods for recording a session: Browser Recorder extension — generates Continue Reading

Difference Between Gatling And Grafana K6

Reading Time: 2 minutes Hi Readers, In this blog, I am going to explore, Gatling and Grafana(K6).They both are performance load testing, open-source and powerful tools. Gatling:- Gatling tool is open-source and released under the Apache 2.0 license. It is used for performance load testing. It was released in January 2012 and it is written in Scala language. Compared with other tools so it is a powerful tool. Hence, it performs 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

Load Testing with Postman and k6

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hi folks, In this short blog, we will explore how we can use our functional postman collections to perform load testing. You may think that we already have a postman runner and we can run the collections by increasing the iteration. But this approach has a major flaw in it, we’ll explore it later. So without much ado, let’s get started. Load Testing I’m pretty Continue Reading