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Tips and What protocol to be use in order to script an application written in AngularJS

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Hi All, 

I'm working with a project which was developed using AngularJS. What protocol would you suggest to use in order to record this app and have it working? Any other tips, things to watch out and pre-requisite to have it successfully recorded?

Thanks in advance. 

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Hi Daryl,

In that case I would suggest using Web HTTP. TruClient Vusers have quite high memory and CPU utilization. Unless you have dozens of Load Generators each with decent HW specification.

Regards,

Shlomi

 

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Hi,

The candidate protocols will be either Web (HTTP/HTML) or TruClient.

How many Vusers do you need to simulate?

Regards,

Shlomi

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@Shlomi - Thanks for you input. As for the # of vusers I don't have any idea as of the moment but most likely just a few thousands. 🙂 

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Hi Daryl,

In that case I would suggest using Web HTTP. TruClient Vusers have quite high memory and CPU utilization. Unless you have dozens of Load Generators each with decent HW specification.

Regards,

Shlomi

 

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Hi Shlomi, 

 

Thanks for your feedback. 🙂 

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