Graphs common performance timing data from your current website using the performance timing API.
Quickly view a website's site performance leveraging the Web Performance API. This is geared for software engineers and those interested in web performance in general.
- (2020-02-18, v:1.0) Ibne Adam: WEBSERVER RESPONSE QUERY
Hi Sir, I've a question regarding this extention I'm using this extention in order to calculate a webserver response when I load the content on public cloud for http request and every time i get different response it has this option for Latency I am assuming this is the server response when i load the content But it gets changed everytime I load the page I'm confused wheather to rely on this for latency result .. can you help me out to expalin further why I am getting random response in every time or is it trylu the response from server it self where i am trying to fetch the video conetnt
- (2019-01-21, v:1.0) Abhinay Padhye: Exporting the data automatically
This is very handy tool. Is there any way to get the time line data using any script automatically? Thanks, -Abhinay
- (2015-08-24, v:1.0) Pat Kujawa: Have store link to github repo
I had to do some digging to find https://github.com/GregM/performance-timing-google-chrome-extension. IMO, that should be the link in the web store. I was going to use the app for internal sites, but thought it wouldn't pass security review because we couldn't examine the code. Then I found the repo. Thanks for the extension - it looks really handy!