In the middle of November 2012, Błażej, Bartek, Michał and I went to Brno in the Czech Republic, to attend the latest meeting of RuPy.
As the Internet matures, we abandon the classic approach whereby the user is presented with a handful of URLs which reload the page when clicked; the new approach aims to make the web application work seamlessly.
The fundamental goal behind the performance tests – it is all about the quality and the user experience delivered on the product you implement. And the key concern is the app response time your users are exposed to.
It is not unusual for a new technology to originate from a successfully developed project. For example, we can find the pattern in the story of a web framework for Python – Django, which was originally developed to manage a number of news-oriented sites for the LJworld company.