• A guide to stress testing

    Learn how to do manual and automated stress testing and the difference between these two types of testing.

    Manual testing is a part of the testing process over the quality control step in the process of software development. It is produced without the use of tester software to check the program website or by user interaction modeling. Any regular users can do this with informing the developers about the bugs.

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  • How does a stress test works?

    Read a guide to stress testing from basic facts to the examples of use to guarantee your project will overcome any load.

    The primary objective of stress testing is to check the stability of the product work with boundary loads. Stress testing involves tests that load much higher than the operating load volume on the product. We usually use special tools, since it’s usually impossible to manually create an overload. For example, testing web applications with the help of the robot to generate a significant flow of requests.

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