Is there any way to slow down a web application, bcz i need to see my automated test in slow motion..
how to slow down a browser
Posted 22 April 2015 - 06:48 AM
Can you elaborate more on what you're testing? Maybe we can help give you options.
Posted 23 April 2015 - 05:14 AM
no idea what your trying to do but first thing that comes to mind is to start a screen record program then run your test in the browser once completed stop the screen record program and then play back the file in whatever media player you use.
in the media player you should then be able to either change the playback speed to a slower speed to suit your needs or just pause it at certain times to see what the test says at that point in time.
here's a how to record your desktop with vlc link, :- http://www.howtogeek...ernet-with-vlc/
depending on how quick the test runs in your browser you may need to set a high fps speed then just play back the resulting file in vlc.
here's how to change playback speeds.
Control Playback Speed
VLC also offers variable playback speed, so you can make an audio or video play back slower or faster. This can be convenient when you’re trying to get through a lecture, podcast, or audiobook and want to speed things up.
[ or - : Decrease playback speed. [ decreases it by less, and - decreases it by more.
] : Increase playback speed
= : Return to the default playback speed
get vlc here if you don't already have it :- http://www.videolan....oad-macosx.html
as to actually slowing down the test in your web browser then i don't know if that is possible or not and would need to know more about what the test application is and what browser your using, but would think it very hard/nearly impossible to do in most cases.
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