8 Client-Side Performance Testing Checklist

May 05

According to Yahoo, around 80% of application response time is spent downloading elements such as images, stylesheets, scripts, etc. If you’re worried about the performance of your web application, you need to test and analyze not only with what happens on the server but also with what happens in the browser. Some commercial performance-monitoring solutions already take this into account, allowing performance engineers to see how long it takes for elements to render, and then to execute, on your users’ browsers. There is also no shortage of open-source tools available for you to check and improve the ways in which your client-side programs are executing and working.


Using a wide variety of client-side performance testing tools to check the site/application performance, as well as to reduce the size and time of JavaScript and CSS downloads, will go a long way towards improving the users' satisfaction of the websites and applications. To learn more about QA Testing, get in touch with our QA architects.

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