Building a Testcase - Web Performance

Building a Testcase

A testcase represents a series of user interactions with a website via a web browser. The testcase consists of steps corresponding to each user action, as well as additional configuration to make the testcase useful for testing, such as validating the correct result of a step and measuring performance.

Testcases can be created manually (building each step) or by recording the scenario in the browser. Recording is the easiest – push the big red record button to get started:


After recording, most testcases will need to be customized – for example, to configure the username and password used to login to the system. Our demo site will help you get started.

The majority of the pages in this section will help you with other testcase configuration tasks, such as locating the correct element to interact with.



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