So, you want to load test your website or web application to see if it will handle the expected normal and peak user traffic. How can you create a realistic test script that captures a typical user journey in your app?
Testing, by its nature, isn’t the real world. Still, you can make your load tests more realistic. Besides following our general advice about better load tests - like using the LoadImpact plugin for Google Chrome to record user scripts that emulate frequently-used features - we’d like to suggest another tips that might make your tests even better.