We have seen in a previous post that it was possible to measure the load time of web pages from a web console. The data collection is fast and accurate, but we stay dependent on the network where we are localized. It can be interesting to measure a load time of web page around the globe
Indeed the measures from the web console are correct only for your environment/web connection. What’s the measure in another place of the world?
Is there an impact? I would like to ask “Yes”. Now we will try to prove it.
Here are the reading recommendations collected these last 15 days.
Is manual testing dying? Is manual testing dead? When manual testing will be completely replaced by automation? Or is it “Manual testing” vs “Automated testing” that is dying? This blog article by Albert Gareev tries to give answers: Automation beyond blog.
Winter is approaching.
Sunshine is hiding more and more, gloves came out of their box again as the atmosphere gets chilly… A perfect time to lock yourself up at home with good reading recommendations!
Firefox DevTools has now a network throttling tool to simulate slow connections, just like Chromium/Chrome since a while. It is currently available only with Firefox nightly build version 52. Read the announcement in the Mozilla blog …
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