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Ok, I need to test the speed of my solution in a web browser, but I have some problems, there are 2 versions of the web solution, the original one that is on server A and the "fixed" version that is on server B.

I have VS2010 Ultimate, so I can make a web and load test on solution B, but I can't load the A solution on my IDE.

I was trying to use fiddle2 and jmeter, but they only gave me the times of the request and response of the browsers with the server, I also want the time it takes to the browser to render the whole page.

Maybe I'm misusing some of this tools...

I don't know if this could be usefull but:

  • Solution A is on VB 6.0
  • Solution B is on VB.Net

Thanks in advance!

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There's some great tools here - samsaffron.com/archive/2012/03/23/… –  dreza Jul 3 '12 at 6:11
    
did you tried it on Google Chrome F12, traffic ? –  Yusubov Jul 3 '12 at 9:48
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@ElYusubov traffic != rendering –  devnull Jul 3 '12 at 10:37
    
@devnull, Network and Timeline in Chrome is going to be helpful. That was the things that i wanted to sya. –  Yusubov Jul 3 '12 at 11:35
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Have you tried YSlow (by yahoo) and PageSpeed (by google)? They are browser extensions you can install! –  niels Jul 21 '12 at 9:11

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The best answer I can suggest is: Selenium. It is available for Chrome, Firefox, and IE. It can even generate test cases that can be automated by VSTS. You can also create a farm of browser test automation machines to execute the tests.

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Good tools for checking website speed and identifying slow areas are YSlow and PageSpeed. Neither integrate with the IDE but they give you good feedback.

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