Test Yantra Global as ‘Exclusive Service Platinum Partner’ of FireFlink assesses the performance of App's visual or user-interface elements to ensure that the expected speed is achieved and the appropriate functionality is displayed.
  • User interface defects
  • Performance reports
  • Capture screenshots at any point
  • Testing user interfaces using NLP
  • Timestamp audit criteria setup


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What is UI Performance Testing

What is UI Performance Testing ?

The objective of performance testing for user interfaces is to confirm that the visual components of a website or application are functioning as intended within the specified timeframe. User interface testing meticulously examines UI elements such as menus, buttons, icons, and various bars (toolbar, menu bar, dialogue boxes, windows, etc.) to ensure their proper operation.

Why is UI Performance Testing

The effectiveness of an app or website depends on the user interface's usability and performance. By creating an interactive and user-friendly interface, we can guarantee a positive customer experience during app usage. Through conducting UI performance analysis, test engineers can detect and address any potential problems that might lead to consumer dissatisfaction or uncertainty when interacting with the software or website.
Why is UX Testing Important
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How does a Test engineer carry out UI performance
tests in FireFlink?

FireFlink offers three solutions for hassle-free,UI performance testing.

Using NLP for UI Performance Testing

Use Natural Language Processing in User Experience Testing
  • The FireFlink platform includes NLPs for generating UI test reports.
  • Achieving UI performance testing is as easy as calling these NLPs with the right parameters.
  • Users simply need to make use of the FireFlink’s in-built NLPs to carry out UI Performance test automation.

Automation Process

UI performance testing is integrated into test scripts at every test step

To further simplify the UI performance testing process, the test steps include a feature for generating test reports.
  • When it comes to using the test step, all you have to do is check the option for UI performance testing.
  • UI performance tests can be performed at any automation step. Reports are provided for easy yet detailed performance analysis
Automation Process
FireFlink Client

FireFlink Client

Evaluating the performance of user interfaces within FireFlink simplifies and accelerates UI testing, reducing the time required to only a few minutes.

UI Performance Support Categories

UI Performance

The duration required for your mobile site to load or for important functionalities to be accessible by users. Audit standards encompass time stamps for events such as the appearance of the initial elements on the page and the implementation of interactive features
Test Execution Report
multiple browsers


The assessment of the website involves measuring it against the basic checklist for progressive web apps. To improve search engine rankings and optimize the performance on mobile devices, PWAs are crucial.


About 35 different aspects of accessibility are averaged out to
create this total. Having built-in accessibility monitoring is extremely beneficial for online businesses, as it represents one of the most important metrics that can be measured.
TestYantra Best Practices

Best Practices

Demands the adoption of modern web development best practices, including the utilization of the HTTP/2 protocol.
HTTP/2 is a revised version of specific components of HTTP that enhances performance and speed.


FireFlink assesses the nine foundational pillars of search engine optimization.
Provides valuable insights into the potential performance of your application on Google and other search engines.
TestYantra seo-feature

Supports Multiple Devices

Support is provided for all platforms, spanning from desktop computers to handheld devices, encompassing different operating systems and browsers.
The UI performance, including the responsiveness of the mobile view of the app, can be verified.
This ensures that the test cases function as intended across a diverse array of devices, regardless of their brand or model.

UI Performance Testing Capabilities within FireFlink

Navigation Report

Navigation Report

This report examines the page as it loads and provides metrics for both “cold” and “warm” page loads. The user flow report allows us to record and compare various navigation reports at once.

TestYANTRA Snapshots


At any stage in the user journey, a snapshot can be taken and a page analysis can be performed. This comes in handy for user interface state audits that require user participation.

Navigation Report


Timespans include user behavior and website audits over time. FireFlink monitors Total Blocking Time (TBT) and Cumulative Layout Shift (CLS) while a user navigates a page, eventually improving performance.

Insightful Reports

FireFlink’s report data from a web application’s performance metrics is used to draw conclusions about its performance. The audits that were not meeting the criteria as per the reports serve as guidelines for what should be changed on the page. Each audit has its own companion reference document that explains the need for the audit and offers recommendations for fixing any problems discovered during the examination. Making significant strides in the quality of your web application’s is a breeze with the help of reports.

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