how to do IPAD Performance Testing?
Can anyone explain how to do IPAD performance tesing?
if anyone have documentation on this, can you pls post it?
Thanks & Regards
Define what you mean by "IPAD performance testing?" There is a divide forming in the performance universe. In the historical camp you have those who are looking at server load generated by clients, in your case an iPad, and the resultant use of resources and client response time. The divergent camp is ignoring the server altogether and spending their time focused 100% on the formulation of the web page and the rendering of the same on devices. So, are you in the historical branch or the divergent branch? Which path you elect dictates your analytical methods and tools.
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We are planning to do load testing with IPAD device. need to measure response time and server metrics of application.
So need to know which tool it supports and how to record scripts and load testing.
First you need to define what you mean by "IPad performance testing" as James said. But you also need to differentiate between what kind of application you are testing. Is the application a native application or a web application? Is the application a combination?
Mobile performance is not necessarily looking to see how much load can be handled by the application. Mobile performance would include some device testing, especially how memory and storage are being utilized with regards to the application in use, at a "rest" point as well as network communication, data storage and searches etc. There's more focus on memory and storage performance because the size is limited due to the size constraints. You would also need to consider battery charge and usage with regards to the performance of your application. Native applications would have more direct connection to battery charge/usage but there might be something you would want to check for network communication with web applications interacting with the mobile device.
FYI, I am doing a full day tutorial at CAST2013 Tutorials where Jon Hagar and myself will be putting focus on mobile testing in general but we have quite a lot of focus on performance testing on mobile applications. The focus though will be on native applications with a little bit of mention on mobile websites.