Functional and load web tester.
FunkLoad is a functional and load web tester, written in Python, whose main use cases are:
- Functional testing of web projects, and thus regression testing as well.
- Performance testing: by loading the web application and monitoring your servers it helps you to pinpoint bottlenecks, giving a detailed report of performance measurement.
- Load testing tool to expose bugs that do not surface in cursory testing, like volume testing or longevity testing.
- Stress testing tool to overwhelm the web application resources and test the application recoverability.
- Writing web agents by scripting any web repetitive task.
Main FunkLoad features are:
- Functional test are pure Python scripts using the pyUnit framework like normal unit test. Python enable complex scenarios to handle real world applications.
- Truly emulates a web browser (single-threaded) using an enhanced
Richard Jones’ webunit:
- get/post/put/delete support
- post any kind of content type like application/xml
- DAV support
- basic authentication support
- file upload and multipart/form-data submission
- cookies support
- referrer support
- accept gzip content encoding
- https support
- https with ssl/tls by providing a private key and certificate (PEM formatted)
- http_proxy support
- emulating a browser cache
- Advanced test runner with many command-line options:
- set the target server url
- display the fetched page in real time in your browser
- debug mode to display http headers
- check performance of a single page (or set of pages) inside a test
- green/red color mode
- select or exclude tests cases using a regex
- support normal pyUnit test
- support doctest from a plain text file or embedded in python docstring
- Turn a functional test into a load test: just by invoking the bench runner you can identify scalability and performance problems. If needed the bench can distributed over a group of worker machines.
- Detailed bench reports in ReST, HTML, Org-mode, PDF (using
LaTeX/PDF Org-mode export) containing:
- the bench configuration
- tests, pages, requests stats and charts
- the requets that took the most time
- monitoring one or many servers cpu usage, load average, memory/swap usage and network traffic charts
- an http error summary list
- Differential reports to compare 2 bench reports giving a quick overview of scalability and velocity changes.
- Trend reports to view the performance evolution with multiple reports.
- Easy test customization using a configuration file or command line options.
- Easy test creation using embeded TCPWatch as proxy recorder, so you can use your web browser and produce a FunkLoad test automatically, including file upload or any ajax call.
- Provides web assertion helpers to check expected results in responses.
- Provides helpers to retrieve contents in responses page using DOM.
- Easy to install (EasyInstall).
- Comes with examples look at the demo folder.
- Successfully tested with dozen of differents web servers: PHP, python, Java…
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