Along the lines of what Jonas said, as long as you can also host a simple server, you can stream content over HTTP until your requested time limit. As an example, here is a quick Node.js server you can run that will write content until 60 seconds have elapsed:
If you are doing this as part of automated testing, then I believe
that most of our automated testsuites have a builtin webserver which
can run serverside logic. Should be easy to write a simple serverside
logic that just continuously serves endless content.
On Tue, Sep 8, 2015 at 11:02 AM, Jonathan Hylands <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> I'm building up a suite of automated tests that measure power consumption on
> FxOS phones while the phone is doing specific actions (recording video,
> playing music, idle, etc).
> Right now I'm working on wifi-enabled testing, and specifically I'm looking
> for websites that I can direct the browser to that will keep pushing data to
> the phone over the span of a minute or two.
> Any ideas?