This project is now available on GitHub.
Before reading this tutorial (if you haven’t already), please took at look at my last two tutorials (Performance Testing using The Grinder and Anatomy of a Grinder test-script). In this tutorial I’ll talk about easily writing Grinder test-scripts using a framework I designed. As a disclaimer, I’d like to point out that I’m not a Python programmer and therefore certain things may not be very python-esque. If that’s the case, I apologize. My personal opinion is that this framework is especially useful (of course, since I wrote it ;)) for web applications where you have a already have a lot of test data. In that case, you can simply record all your discrete tasks once and then construct different scenarios with them. But if you feel differently and have some constructive criticism, I do look forward to hearing from you! Also, if you’d like to try out the framework I’ve got a tarball and a zip file available for download on the very last page.
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