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    🎯 About

    Loadsy CLI tool to send tests to worker


    Before starting 🏁, you need to have Node installed and be version 12.18.4 ,to get the eslint working on tests files you need to install eslint globally or in the project folder.

    🏁 Starting

    # 1.Install Loadsy globally
    $ npm install -g @loadsy/cli
    # 2.Create a project folder
    $ loadsy init my-first-test
    # 3.Enter project folder
    $ cd my-first-test
    # 4.Create a js script on scripts folder
      var result = loadsy.get(
        { 'Content-Type': 'application/json' },
        'Get 201'
    # 4.1 to load a csv file add the file on resources directory and use loadsy.csv(<filename>.csv) to toad it on the test file as below
      var csvData = loadsy.csv("myTestsData.csv");
    # 5.Create a new project
    $ loadsy create project my-first-test
    # 5.Upload the file to your project in our remote servers
    $ loadsy test upload my-first-test
    # 5.Run your test
    $ loadsy test run my-first-test

    💻 Commands

    # Login
    $ loadsy login
    # or
    $ loadsy login -e <email> -p <password>
    # Init a project folder (you can pass . to init in the current directory)
    $ loadsy init <project-name>
    # Create a new project
    $ loadsy create project <project-name>
    # Upload files to a project
    $ loadsy test upload <project-name>
    # 5.Run the project's default script
    $ loadsy test run <project-name>
    # or any other script in the scripts directory
    $ loadsy test run -s <script-name> <project-name>
    # Pass desired threads count or request per second flag
    $ loadsy test run -tc <thread-count-number> <project-name>
    # or
    $ loadsy test run -rps <request-per-second-number> <project-name>
    # Pass desired duration for the test in seconds
    $ loadsy test run -d <duration> <project-name>
    # Pass desired ramp up time for the test in seconds
    $ loadsy test run -r <ramp-up-time> <project-name>
    # Pass desired env file to load on test prod to load prod.env and stage to load stage.env if option is not passed no env file will be loaded
    $ loadsy test run -e prod <project-name>
    # or
    $ loadsy test run -e stage <project-name>
    # List all projects
    $ loadsy list projects
    # List all tests files from a project
    $ loadsy list tests <project-name>
    # Debug a test locally
    $ loadsy debug <script-name>
    # or you can pass the -e option to load a .env file
    $ loadsy debug -e prod <script-name>
    # or
    $ loadsy debug -e stage <script-name>

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