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Performance testing of web applications across multiple browsers-->
Very often when we carry out performance testing of web applications, we pay attention to server side performance, whereas client side performance is left unattended .Today a large number of web browsers exist in the market unlike the earlier days when all applications used the same web browser. End user experience can be different for users when they use the same application with diverse web browsers. Certain components, images, widgets do not get displayed properly on all browsers. Factors like java script rendering, average CPU usage under load , CSS rendering speed , browser cache performance differs amongst web browsers.
Hence performance testing the application across the identified set of browsers in use is important as it will help us find out if web browser performance is impacting the application performance. Tools that help analyze client side statistics ( e.g. number of http requests, redirects, use of combined style sheets , scripts etc) can be used in tandem to analyze the overall client side performance .
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Web browser : Chrome :: Memory stress test tool : ?