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Multivariate bulk testing #131

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rviscomi opened this Issue Oct 8, 2013 · 2 comments

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rviscomi commented Oct 8, 2013

The bulk testing option currently allows one test setup to run over multiple URLs.

There is also a "multi_location" setting that can be enabled in the ini file to display UI to select multiple combinations of locations/browsers.

These features should be combined into a single interface to allow for combinations of locations, URLs, browsers, etc. A new test should be created for each combination thereof. The same bulk test results page should be used to display the progress of each test. To distinguish the tests, a labeling template should be available in the UI. For example, "{file-name} - {browser}" may produce tests with labels "index.html - Chrome", "index.html - IE 10", "search.html - Chrome", "search.html - IE 10", etc...

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Started working on this and posted a screenshot of the WIP here https://plus.google.com/u/1/115907431535033114848/posts/7azgQL6F41D

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rviscomi commented Oct 8, 2013

Started working on this and posted a screenshot of the WIP here https://plus.google.com/u/1/115907431535033114848/posts/7azgQL6F41D

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There's batch command available on webpagetest-api command-line

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marcelduran commented Oct 17, 2013

There's batch command available on webpagetest-api command-line

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