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  1. ProcessNetteTester Run Nette Tester tests within ProcessWire admin. (continued from here) Features AJAX interface for running Nette Tester tests, in bulk or manually display counter, error message and execution time in a table run all tests at once or launch single tests show formatted test error messages and report PHP syntax errors stop on first failed test (optional) hide passed tests (optional) display failed/total instead passed/total (optional) re-run failed tests only (optional) auto scroll (optional) include or exclude tests based on query parameters start/stop all tests with the spacebar reset one test or all tests (ctrl+click) TracyDebugger File Editor integration https://modules.processwire.com/modules/process-nette-tester/ https://github.com/rolandtoth/ProcessNetteTester
  2. I am currently developing a little application which is supposed to run on a raspberry. I decided to take advantage of PW's capabilities to deal with data not only in the sense of a common website but more as an application. I wrote a lot of modules for this and I wrote tests for some of the methods (using PHPUnit). This works fine so far for methods which are independent from database (e.g. calculating an upcoming date/time by a given schedule). Now I am thinking of extending this by writing tests also for methods which rely on data from the database (e.g. it need to be checked if something exists on that given date/time). This information is currently stored as page in PW. One of my thoughts: create necessary pages in PW for running the test and delete them afterwards. But somehow this just feels wrong. Any kind of input how you would tackle this would be great! Thanks a lot!
  3. Just some strange thing i've tested with PW. I've some experience with PW now, but one thing i found i don't have a clue where i've to search why....and i always wanna know WHY something happens... You all know online responsive website test services....like: http://ami.responsivedesign.is http://mattkersley.com/ http://responsivedesignchecker.com/ and so on.... but if i'm checking one of my websites build with PW there is gives me a blank screen...no screenshot there...so i have a closer look. first i switched browser...check - same result in ervery browser second i looked at other PW sites like http://processwire.com itself.....check no working too! third i picked some websites from the repository that build with pw.....check no working too! some examplelinks: http://responsivedesignchecker.com/processwire.com http://quirktools.com/screenfly/#u=http%3A//processwire.com&w=1024&h=600 http://responsivetest.net/#u=http://processwire.com|1024|768|1 http://responsivetest.net/#u=http://gs-altfraunhofen.de|1024|768|1 ....and so on So why is a PW website not working in any of such online testing tools? .htaccess? strange regards mr-fan
  4. Hello, I'm in the process of building a web application with PW that delivers data to mobile clients. There will be up to 1000 requests per minute to my webapp (later maybe more). Every request triggers a search through up to 1000 pages and compares timestamps that are sent by the mobile clients with the request to timestamps that are saved with each page that is being searched. The timestamps are saved in PW in their own table in the DB together with a page reference id which makes searching pretty fast. For my search I use: $ads = $pages->find("template=advertisement, ad_server=$serverID, ad_publish_at.date<$tsHigh, ad_publish_at.date>$tsLow"); I want to do some load testing for my webapp to ensure it can handle that many requests per minute and further optimize it. What I need is a testing framework that lets me simulate hundreds of requests/minute. Have you ever done this and what testing framework would you use? Here are some apps that I briefly took a look at: http://jmeter.apache.org/ http://www.pylot.org/ https://code.google.com/p/httperf/ https://github.com/JoeDog/siege
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