LoadNinja lets you load test your web application with real browsers at scale, using test scripts that can be replayed immediately after recording, producing actionable browser-based performance data to isolate issues and debug errors in real-time.
Test for — all the links in web pages, database connection, forms used for submitting or getting information from the user in the web pages, Cookie testing, etc. Test forms on all pages: Forms are an integral part of any website.
Forms are used for receiving information from users and to interact with them. So what should be checked in these forms? Each sign-up step is different but it's dependent on the other steps.
So sign up flow should get executed correctly. There are different field validations like email Ids, User financial info validations, etc. All these validations should get checked in manual or automated web testing. Cookies are small files stored on the user machine. These are basically used to maintain the session- mainly the login sessions.
Test the application by enabling or disabling the cookies in your browser options. Test if the cookies are encrypted before writing to the user machine.
If you are testing the session cookies i. Check the effect on application security by deleting the cookies. I will soon write a separate article on cookie testing as well. Mainly validate the site for HTML syntax errors. Check if the site is crawlable to different search engines.
Data consistency is also very important in a web application. Check for data integrity and errors while you edit, delete, modify the forms or do any DB related functionality. Check if all the database queries are executing correctly, data is retrieved and also updated correctly. More on database testing could be a load on DB, we will address this in web load or performance testing below. Links i. Not responding properly will result in warnings in Debugger.
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Programmable Voice. NET quickstart Java quickstart Node. Device Twilio. Collapse Expand. See the Pre-paid vs Rolling contract section for details. The second option comes to an end automatically after one month although you may be able to extend the plan in your online account. In both ways your SIM stops working without the chance to revive it again.
In both cases, it will effectively cost you With the rolling contract you'd pay On all plans tethering is allowed. You need to choose the one you need when ordering either from a vending machine or online. There are no fines for cancelling early, however with a rolling contract it will effectively cost you 5. Considering the bother involved, it's probably only really worth doing a rolling contract, if you know you'll need it for 3 months or more.
You'll need to have a credit or debit card associated with your SIM for auto-pay, but all cards — not just French-issued ones — should work fine. Automatic direct debit on a French bank account is also possible, as well as a few other european SEPA countries.
You won't have to worry about cancellation after you leave. This SIM card can be topped up online every month for one or two more months. If you decide to extend the validity, you will be charged on the credit or debit card that you have initially provided at the vending machine. You can continue to top-up the account each month, or decide to remove the expiration and switch to a rolling contract, which involves sending a written notice, if you wish to terminate the contract later see below.
The Rolling contract is available either online or at a vending machine. Once you have obtained your SIM and login to your online account you can pay your bill. A model of a termination letter can be found here. It costs 5. Allow at least one week for delivery within France using the online postal service or rather two weeks if you send it by airmail from abroad PLUS another 10 days for the contractual notice period.
They are going to charge your credit card, even when you have left the country and they are legally entitled to do so as long as you don't cancel the contract.
Because of the special situation in France, we have made an exception for this plan. An alternative method to end the contract is to transfer your number to another operator, which will result in contract termination at the date of transfer. Porting numbers in France is easy and free, and takes just a few days to complete. Call from your line to get a code RIO that you will provide to the new operator which will take care of the transfer and cancel the line for you.
You'd have to either get a new SIM card for another operator a prepaid one might be a good choice , or use a virtual SIM provider like the onoff app, that will take care of the transfer. Switching using onoff costs 4. This is the most convenient option for travelers. They sell both rolling contracts and one-month prepaid plans.
Your SIM card will then be ready to use straightaway. You must pay by either by debit or credit card, non-French cards Visa, Mastercard being accepted.
You'll also need to fill in your name and e-mail address, as well as a French postal address but you can use the address of the shop itself. The machines are in French language only, but very graphic and easy to use, and they should be manageable with a translator even if you don't speak French. This option is available only if you want a rolling contract, not a prepaid SIM. The SIM can be sent to a French postal address only.
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However, when STP runs on both switches, the network logically looks like this: This information applies to the scenario in the Network Diagram : Switch 15 is the backbone switch. Switches 12, 13, 14, 16, and 17 are switches that attach to workstations and PCs. Description of the Technology With STP, the key is for all the switches in the network to elect a root bridge that becomes the focal point in the network.
Clients end stations on Switch Ports You can also issue the set spantree portfast command, on a per-port basis. Leave most other STP variables at their default values.
After the root switch identification, the switches adhere to these rules: STP Rule 1 —All ports of the root switch must be in forwarding mode.
STP Rule 2 —The root port must be set to forwarding mode. Step-by-Step Instructions Complete these steps: Issue the show version command in order to display the software version that the switch runs. VLAN 1 bridge max aging time set to Have you ever used UTM parameters for campaign tracking? In this blog post, did I miss any other tips on using UTM parameters?
Let me know your thoughts in the comments section below. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. But before we dig in deep, let me clearer on the basics. This blog post is for you. Read on. Here are the 5 form fields that you need to complete: Campaign Source — The platform or vendor where the traffic originates, like Facebook or your email newsletter.
All of the above steps results in a full implementation of push messaging on the web in Chrome There are still spec'd features that will make things easier like a standard API for triggering push messages , but this release enables you to start building push messaging into your web apps today.
While implementing push messages, bugs will live in one of two places: your page or your service worker. Bugs in the page can be debugged using DevTools. To debug service worker issues, you have two options:.
If there seems to be an issue between FCM and your service worker's push event, then there isn't much you can do to debug the problem since there is no way for you to see whether Chrome received anything. It'll look something like:. Notice the "success": 1 response. If you see a failure instead, then that suggests that something isn't right with the FCM registration ID and the push message isn't getting sent to Chrome. At the moment debugging service workers on Chrome for Android is not obvious.
The Chrome team has been putting together a document of best practices for push notifications UX as well as a document covering some of the edge cases when working with push notifications. This section goes into a little bit of detail surrounding some of the Chrome specific parts of this implementation that you should be aware of and how it will differ from other browser implementations. There are also APIs for doing authentication manually. On successful authentication, an identity token is generated which can be used for back-end validation.
Most mobile and web applications want large numbers of users to sign into their applications. For example, anyone with a Google Mail account can authenticate themselves to any application that allows Google authentication. A form of authorization is required to restrict access to the application to certain users.
This can be easily done by storing associations between email addresses and access roles in data storage. On successful authentication, the email address is looked up in data storage.
This allows fast access to the content from anywhere in the world. One or more websites can be hosted by adding them to the Hosting section of a Firebase project in the Firebase Console. It is very easy to have the site hosted from your own domain name provided you can change the DNS records for the domain.
You add your domain name to a site on the Firebase Console. An SSL certificate is automatically provisioned for the site. Once the certificate has been provisioned, the site is available globally.
It can, in principle, take several hours for DNS updates and certificate provisioning. In practice, the process can be completed in 20 minutes. To add content to hosting, first of all, create a directory for the site and cd into it from the command line. Next, log in to Firebase and initialize the project directory. You will be prompted to select a project and which client services are required. Create a file called firebase. You can now clearly identify object constructs objects, arrays and members.
The JSON tree that is created can be navigated by collapsing the individual nodes one at a time if desired. The formatting rules are not configurable but I think it provides the user with the best possible output. The formatting rules are not configurable but it uses a per-element indentation pattern giving the best readability. You can modify the case of the SQL keywords and identifiers to upper case, lower case or keep them as-is.