record_session() gained a new variable
connect_api_key to be able to record a session against RStudio Connect using a Connect API key. Please see Load Testing Authenticated Apps for more details. Using a Connect API key also requires
shinycannon >= 1.1.0 (#133)
load_runs() now uses vroom instead of
read_csv(); this substantially improves its performance.
The homepage has been rewritten to get to the big picture more quickly. Most of the details about shinycannon have moved to a new article.
The analysis vignette has been overhauled to get into the plots more quickly, and provide more advice about interpretation.
Plots have be thoroughly overhauled:
Waterfall plot now only shows plots in maintenance period, and times are session relative.
Sessions in warmup and cooldown are no longer shown in muted colours, because that unfortunately relied on a ggplot2 bug. Instead they’re simply omitted from the plot.
The line of best fit in the latency plots has been made less visually prominent, and no longer shows standard errors.
This is the initial release of shinyloadtest to CRAN.
shinycannon that will produce a warning if the recording server type differs from the target (#107), rstudio/shinycannon#36)