Loadero

Riga, Latvia
2019
Nov 29, 2022   |  By Rudolfs Zvejs
Loadero API allows managing and running tests just as one would via the Loadero web application. However, sending an HTTP request every time a test needs to be created, updated, or run can become cumbersome. We already had a Java client, which makes the processes easier, and now Loadero team has been hard at work creating a new client and we are proud to present – Loadero-Python.
Oct 24, 2022   |  By Andris Papirats-Pfafrats
Loadero is a versatile tool that can be used for different types of web application tests. In order to provide a comfortable way of running the tests that you need, we have different test modes. In this blog post, we describe each of those in detail so you can pick the appropriate one every time you are launching a test run. There are currently 3 available test modes to choose from when creating your own Loadero test.
Oct 3, 2022   |  By Loadero Team
We’ve been working on many new features and improvements for Loadero, both large and small. And now we are excited to share the updates and some information about even bigger updates coming soon. Here is what changed in Loadero recently.
Sep 23, 2022   |  By Pauls Grūdups
Quite often we get requests to provide support to migrate tests from the testRTC testing tool to our service. We try to provide support to our users to help make this transition as easy and flawless as possible. To ease the process further for other users with similar needs this blog post was created.
Aug 30, 2022   |  By Elizabete Lāce
There are many programming languages that can be used for test automation. Loadero supports 3: Java (TestUI framework), Python (Py-TestUI framework), and JavaScript (Nightwatch.js framework). Test automation with Java is quite popular, in fact, the second most popular framework of choice when it comes to writing test scripts in Loadero is TestUI.
Jul 28, 2022   |  By Vladimirs Tančiks
In Loadero we always look for ways to improve our product and make it more robust, secure, and maintainable. As we add more features to our product, the complexity of our code base increases and it makes it more difficult to add or refactor the code without introducing regressions of the functionality. Since our frontend was written in plain Javascript and React, there was no way to ensure type safety of passed data between components and functions.
Jun 30, 2022   |  By Loadero Team
It’s been a while since we published our latest product updates, but the work on Loadero wasn’t paused. Our team was busy working on the newest features to make your performance testing with Loadero more convenient and effective.
Jun 20, 2022   |  By Andris Papirats-Pfafrats
When developing web applications, one of the important things is to provide smooth accessibility of your product to the clients. But that is not an easy task to accomplish as several factors come into play. Software testing requires coverage of many different devices, environments, and conditions. We in Loadero provide features to use different browsers, run tests from different locations, set different fake media for webcam and mic simulation, etc.
May 19, 2022   |  By Rudolfs Zvejs
There are various reasons for running Python browser automation tests locally, the most common one for us is saving time. Loadero test runs usually take no more than 5 minutes to initialize and start execution but can reach up to 10 minutes or more depending on how busy is the test run queue. To increase the speed of development, it’s often quicker to create the test script on your local machine and then run tests on Loadero.
May 2, 2022   |  By Loadero Team
April was a busy month with some significant improvements made to Loadero. While most of them aren’t really visible in the tool itself, they make Loadero work better and allow to use it even more efficiently. Here’s a list of the main updates in Loadero this month.
Jun 18, 2021   |  By Loadero
Part 3 of our quickstart tutorial series will guide you through the process of adding a participant group to your test in Loadero and explain how group structure can be helpful. Follow the steps described to create and configure test participant groups for your needs.
Jun 15, 2021   |  By Loadero
Part 2 of our quickstart tutorial series will guide you through the process of creating and configuring a test in Loadero and explain every test parameter you have to set. Follow the steps described and you will create your first test easily.
May 6, 2021   |  By Loadero
Are you ready to start creating cloud-hosted tests for your web application? This video shows how to set up a new account and a project to handle your performance and load tests. Follow the steps described and you will be ready to start working on your first test in a matter of minutes.
Jul 15, 2020   |  By Loadero
Loadero performance and load testing service allows you to run end-to-end tests of your web service from a cloud-hosted infrastructure. Whenever you need to test smoothness of operation of your application for different browsers, locations or network conditions, test WebRTC app with simulated webcam and microphone inputs, load test with thousands of virtual participants or record your test run session for further analysis, Loadero got you covered with these and a lot other useful features.
Jul 23, 2019   |  By Loadero
Loadero simplifies creation, running and hosting of end-to-end tests for real-time communications applications. These tests will exercise all flows involved in the application and provides a way to do performance assertions. Loadero can be used to test webRTC applications that require webcam and microphone inputs. Once the tests have finished running, webRTC statistics like jitter, latency and bandwidth are available for analysis. If certain thresholds for statistics are known, they can be enforced with post-run assertions.

Loadero is a cloud-hosted service for testing websites and web applications. Performance and load tests with powerful features like built-in media for WebRTC testing, network conditioning, choosing browser versions and worldwide locations are available for running tests for tens of thousands concurrent users.

Simple and complex test scenarios can be scripted using Selenium in JavaScript or Java and run to get a detailed statistics report, that includes machine use data for every participant, WebRTC data and summarized results with graphs.

Our flexible pricing model allows single runs on demand with single payment and subscription for frequent use. From single user to enterprise scale, Loadero has all necessary to fulfill your testing needs.

With Loadero you can run:

  • Performance tests: With performance tests you can run functional UI automation and collect different client-side statistics during the test runtime. Performance tests provide full logging as well as detailed client machine and WebRTC statistics.
  • Load tests: Load test mode lets you test your service under high load conditions. Loadero can simulate thousands of participants using the same scenarios and UI automation as in performance tests, providing high code reusability and exercising all application flows, including background requests, data sharing, and media flows.
  • WebRTC tests: Set everything a WebRTC app is sensitive to: media quality, network conditions, participants locations, browser versions and get detailed WebRTC statistics.

Your performance & load testing partner from the cloud.