AppLoader is a useful application that allows you to save many hours performing tests of your business flows. It can replicate almost all user behavior, including interactions with third party programs.
Codeless operations – Performance testing in AppLoader does not entail any coding. Simply click through your application, and AppLoader will create your scripts for you. They will be presented as actions everyone understands. You can easily edit lines anytime.
False positives elimination - AppLoader’s intelligent engine handles unexpected events. Its intelligent robots emulate real human behavior, being able to maneuver pop-ups, color changes, images, fonts and more.
AppLoader Reporter – It gives users all the reports and graphs of the load test. It also enables them to know the status of your tests, as there are many reports to be displayed.
Clear and Immediate Graphical Analysis – Thanks to this you get a joined application timeframe between each user’s action, specified breaking points in terms of timeframe, number of users, sessions etc. and a clear correlation between timeframes and bottlenecks.
Apploader offers a comprehensive FAQ section with a large knowledgebase and video tutorials for its users.
Apploader seems to be one of the best solutions for automated performance testing for Citrix & EHR apps, yet still one may have his or her own preferences. If for some reasons, Apploader does not appeal to you, check out TestCraft or Site24x7.
1. Can I copy and paste line actions in AppLoader Station?
Yes. The saved scenario file may be found in My Documents\AppLoader Station\script\folder. To modify it, open the scenario file in notepad or any other text editor.
2. What to do when my scenarios fail randomly?
First thing to do is to check whether your bitmap does not change color or style on mouse over. When using Bitmap actions on the left pane to capture bitmaps, make sure the bitmap image and the captured image are the same. If the bitmap on the screen needs time to appear, then use WaitForBitmapAppear action instead of FindBitmap.