SimpleSpeedTester is a simple, easy to use framework that helps you speed test your .Net code by taking care of some of the orchestration for you.
Simple Speed Tester is a simple, easy to use framework that helps you speed test your .Net code by taking care of some of the orchestration for you.
It should NOT be confused with a performance profiler such as JetBrains' dotTrace or RedGate's ANTS profiler.
The Simple Speed Tester is intended for one thing and one thing only – help you speed test a specific piece of code/method over multiple runs, collate the results and work out the average for you so you only have to focus on producing the code you want to test.
A detailed example program is included in the source code, but in the most basic case all you need is one line of code to execute a test (in the form of an Action delegate) a number of times and get back a summary including the number of successful (no exception) and failed (excepted) runs as well as the average time (in milliseconds) each test run took.
// initialize a new test group var testGroup = new TestGroup("Example2"); // PlanAndExecute actually executes the Action delegate 5 times and returns the result summary var testResultSummary = testGroup.PlanAndExecute("Test1", () => ExecuteTest(), 5); Console.WriteLine(testResultSummary); /* prints out something along the line of * * Test Group [Example2], Test [Test1] results summary: * Successes  * Failures  * Average Exec Time [...] milliseconds * */
For more examples, check out the Documentation page.
Download and install Simple Speed Tester using NuGet.