Load testing may seem like a daunting task at first, especially for testers with less coding experience. Load tests are considered complicated and hard to read as a collection of REST requests, but with the right set of tools and approach, creating and running load tests could be straightforward and easy for every tester.
Cutting testing time and improving test performance are the main promises of test execution using headless browsers. How to achieve that in the practice? This article will walk you through an AWS testing scenario of how to optimally utilize the power of your AWS Lightsail virtual private server (VPS) subscription to run automated UI tests in headless mode and save time and costs.
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