Release Notes: The invocation characteristics (thread count, warm up, ramp up) are now added to the generated HTML report.
Release Notes: This release brings major new features for more realistic performance testing: ramp-up times can be used to slowly increase the load on the tested features. A warm-up time tells ContiPerf how long to wait after the beginning of a test run before evaluation and measuring execution times. A flexible and extensible timer mechanism can be used to incur wait times between test invocations and a ParallelRunner can be used to execute all tests of a JUnit test class concurrently.
Release Notes: This release provides consistent behavior among JUnit releases 4.7-4.9 and is able to create HTML reports with statistical summaries and latency distribution charts.
Release Notes: This release provides improvements in the framework's performance, resource allocation, and measurement precision.
Release Notes: By annotating a class, you can provide defaults that apply for all its test methods. Tests can be combined to test suites, optionally adding performance test definitions and requirements.
Release Notes: ContiPerf 1.04 fixes a bug in verification of the 'max' requirement which was introduced in 1.03.
Release Notes: This version supports multithreaded test execution for such things as concurrency tests. The syntax is "@PerfTest(invocations= 100, threads = 20)".
Release Notes: This release fixes some minor bugs that may occur when calling the ContiPerf classes programmatically.
Release Notes: Initial release.