shinyloadtest 1.1.0 Unreleased

  • 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.

shinyloadtest 1.0.1 2020-01-09

This is the initial release of shinyloadtest to CRAN.

Bug fixes

  • Server type detection is now tolerant of invalid HTML/XML markup produced by the target application (#115, rstudio/shinycannon#38)
  • Fixed a bug that prevented runs from being loaded (#124, #125)

Improvements

  • The application server type is now captured in recording files. A corresponding enhancement was made to shinycannon that will produce a warning if the recording server type differs from the target (#107), rstudio/shinycannon#36)
  • The way URLs are dealt with internally is now more robust, and should be tolerant of a wider variety of Shiny app deployment scenarios (#119).