Question and Answers from “Performance and Load Testing with Test Studio” Webinar

I would like to thank everyone for attending webinar on “Performance and Load Testing with Test Studio”. Please find below answers of the questions come up in the webinar.

How to encrypt the password and please can you show us how to handle the parameterization?

Password encryption is set via the property panel for that test step.


How to handle dynamic objects?

See the Video here

Can we do Performance test & Load test with third party application that do not run through browser

Test Studio support web applications. Other applications are not supported.

Test Studio is only for .NET testing not for the JAVA or other testing. Can it test standalone java application?

Test Studio will test any web, Silverlight, or WPF application. The web application can be written on any platform. Java, Ruby, .NET, Python, PHP, it doesn’t matter as long as HTML is sent across the wire.

How many computers we can select at one shot during performance testing

We support multiple computers. We’ve tested with large configurations.

Can we have test suites for the performance testing?

Yes. Test Lists may be created which focus on performance tests.

Can we have custom performance counters added?

Custom counters will be available if they are added through the Windows Performance counter infrastructure.

Describe how to identify the memory leakage using Telerik Test Studio

Memory leakage would be monitored by using performance monitor counters for memory usage. (Total available bytes, garbage collection, etc.)

What criteria would you use to select Web transactions for load testing?

If by “transactions” you mean use cases, then you want to select as many different ones as possible in order to model your site’s traffic as accurately as possible.

How to use Regular Expression in Load Runner for web functions

This webinar is about Telerik’s Test Studio. Please see HP for questions about Load Runner.

Can do the Regression Testing also by using Test Studio

Yes. Automated tests are perfect for regression testing.


Transition styles in Kendo UI Mobile

In this post we will learn different Transition Styles between Kendo UI Mobile Views.

To start with let us assume we have an application as following. This application consists of two views. On click of Kendo button, user will navigate to Other View.


There are four supported Transition styles, they are as follows


Overlay transition style

See the video for the behavior of Overlay transition style

Slide transition style

See the video for the behavior of Slide transition style

Zoom transition style

See the video for the behavior of Zoom transition style

Fade transition style

See the video for the behavior of Fade transition style

Default transition style is “slide”. We can apply transition style in three ways

  1. At the application level
  2. At the view level
  3. At the control level

At Application Level

When set at application level same transition style will be applied to entire application. All views of the application will adhere to the same transition style. At application level transition style can be set by providing value of transition property in Kendo mobile initialization.


At View Level

Other option to set transition style is at view level. On navigating to this view user will experience transition style set at the view.


At Control Level

We can set transition style at control level as well. In following case we are applying transition style to a kendo button. User will experience zoom transition behavior while navigating to view set in the href property of the keno button.


If  transition style is set at all the three levels then Control level has highest priority whereas application level has lowest priority.


In this way you can apply different transition style to the application. For your reference find the source code of above discussed application below.

<!DOCTYPE html>
<meta charset="utf-8" />
<script src="cordova.js"></script>
<script src="kendo/js/jquery.min.js"></script>
<script src="kendo/js/"></script>
<script src="scripts/hello-world.js"></script>
<link href="kendo/styles/" rel="stylesheet" />
<link href="styles/main.css" rel="stylesheet" />

<div data-role="layout" data-id="applayout">
<header data-role="header">
<div data-role="navbar">
<a data-role="backbutton" data-align="left">Back</a>
<span data-role="view-title"></span>

<div data-role="view" id="mainview" data-title="Main View">
<a id="navigate"
Navigate to other view

<div data-role="view"
data-title="Other View"



var app = new,
transition: "overlay",


I hope you find this post useful. Thanks for reading.