Md. Tutul Hossain

Work place: Department of Computer Science & Engineering, Stamford University Bangladesh, Bangladesh



Research Interests: Computational Science and Engineering, Computational Engineering, Computer systems and computational processes, Data Structures and Algorithms


Md. Tutul Hossain was born in 1997 In Narail, Dhaka, Bangladesh. He has completed his B.Sc in ComputerScience and Engineering from Stamford University Bangladesh in 2020. Currently he is working on WordPress Developer at Buy Perfume in Bangladesh (BPIB).

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Web Performance Analysis: An Empirical Analysis of E-Commerce Sites in Bangladesh

By Md. Tutul Hossain Rakib Hassan Mahfida Amjad Abdur Rahman

DOI:, Pub. Date: 8 Aug. 2021

Performance testing of e-commerce site is important for upcoming improvement and making better user experience which is performed by several web performance testing tools available on online platform. There are several tools user can use to scan their site for performance testing. This paper presents a web based application to collect and compare performance parameters with results automatically by applying WebpageTest, PageSpeed Insights and GTmetrix tools. For doing the test comparison nine parameters are considered and these are Load Time, First Byte, Start Render, First Contentful Paint, Speed Index, Largest Contentful Paint, Cumulative Layout Shift, Total Blocking Time and Time to Interactive parameters. The framework is developed with PHP, MySQL, CSS and HTML, where user will provide intended site’s url to test performance. This paper presents the performance of ten e-commerce sites of Bangladesh. Among the three tools WebpageTest and Gtmetrix can collect the reports of all the parameters. 1.62 (site7), 3.25 (site4) and 1.89 (site7) seconds are reported as lowest value for tools WebPageTest, PageSpeed Insight and Gtmetrix respectively. The average results of three tools is measured where, the minimum value is shown as 0.03 seconds for ‘total blocking time’ by site7. And maximum value is shown as 17.78 seconds for ‘load time’ parameter recorded by site10.

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Web Application Performance Analysis of E-Commerce Sites in Bangladesh: An Empirical Study

By Mahfida Amjad Md. Tutul Hossain Rakib Hassan Abdur Rahman

DOI:, Pub. Date: 8 Apr. 2021

The users of e-commerce sites are growing rapidly day by day for easy internet access where the performance of web applications plays a key role to satisfy the end-users. The performance of these websites or web applications depends on several parameters such as load time, fully loaded (time), fully loaded (requests), etc. This research tries to investigate and find out the parameters that affects the web performance and it has been tested on e-commerce applications of Bangladesh, where eleven parameters are considered and these are fully loaded (requests), first CPU idle, speed index, start render, load time, fully loaded (time), document complete (time), last painted hero, first contentful paint, and first byte. According to the analysis some applications need to take care of or the developers need to re-modify it. As per the investigation of scanned information, the applications fall under three classes. To start with, the applications do not demonstrate acceptable records to be investigated. The second and third classification applications required medium and high reaction times at the user end separately. Also, the fully loaded (requests)’ and document complete (requests) show the most noteworthy required time at the user end, where maximum values are 347 and 344 seconds individually.

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