Spring is coming and it is time for a new update from your load testing partner!
k6 v0.37.0 is here! This release primarily contains fixes and ongoing efforts with refactoring. We've also included an experimental event loop and the ability to write logs to a file. More info in our release notes!
We invite you to celebrate our biggest virtual event of the year: new announcements, learning sessions, and more cool updates from the community. Save these dates: June 13-17.
Interested in speaking about how you use k6? The CFP is now open and we are looking for guest speakers.
- Creating k6 scripts with the Test Builder is now available to any user - with or without an active plan.
- The Test Builder supports now configuring Scenarios with the UI.
- Change your default project in your account settings.
- SAML SSO can automatically assign team members to projects.
- We launched the k6 Cloud for Education Program.
- xk6-browser v0.2.0: new features and stability improvements.
- xk6-kubernetes: apply changes with YAML files, and support for Persistent Volumes.
- A Journey Of Selecting Tool To build ‘Load Test As A Service’ [Medium]
- How to add k6 load test to Gitlab CI pipeline with AWS Lambda Containers [Medium]
- Store k6 metrics in TimescaleDB and visualize with Grafana [k6 blog]
- Updated the CircleCI and GitHub Actions tutorials to demo how to store k6 results in artifacts and run k6 Extensions. [k6 blog]
- Nicole van der Hoeven demos Real Browser Testing with k6.
- NaveenKummar [QA Insights] added new topics to the Learn k6 Series.
- Daniel Jesus presents how to use the HTML Report Exporter. [Portuguese]
- Watch k6 Office Hours! Don’t miss Tim Hasselars presenting about Postman for load testing.
- The k6 team.