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testing a website on localhost using webpagetest
01-08-2013, 08:12 PM (This post was last modified: 01-09-2013 01:53 AM by JosRi.)
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RE: testing a website on localhost using webpagetest
(01-04-2013 06:09 AM)pmeenan Wrote:  It's going to be very difficult to performance test a site running on your local machine. You can run a private WebPagetest instance on your machine but the traffic shaping doesn't work going to localhost so to do it well you need to have at least 2 machines (or one in a VM).
Hi there,
I have the same question....
I am developing applications in DotNetNuke and I need to test the performance prior to send the modules out in the open.
Please, can somebody tell me how I should set up a WebPageTest environment to test my websites before set them free in the open?
I have two laptops on wich I installed WebPageTest, both linked in my private LAN at home and one of the laptops is my development machine on wich I have installed a local webserver (IIS), Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 and the DotNetNuke website itself. The other one is supposed to test the website in order to see if there are any probably shortcomings that I have to fix first...
Thanks in advance.
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RE: testing a website on localhost using webpagetest - JosRi - 01-08-2013 08:12 PM

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