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Quick presentation on the main tools you can use to quickly monitor your Front End performances.

Quick presentation on the main tools you can use to quickly monitor your Front End performances.

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  • 1. Measuring Website PerformanceFrom a user perception point of view
    Enrico Foschi – SkillPages Front End Lead
    http://skillpages.com/enrico.foschi - @enricofoschi
  • 2. PERFORMANCE DATA
    vs
    USER PERCEPTION
  • 3. Users are happy when they can start to interact with the page.
    Even if the page didn’t fully load.
  • 4. Part #1:
    WEBPAGETEST.org
    for data and user perception
  • 5. one of theGREATEST TOOLS
  • 6. Useful for
    User Perception
  • 7. 2. Load Timesof course!
  • 8. 3. Optimization advices
  • 9. 4a. Comparisonswith previous tests
  • 10. 4b. Comparisonsblocking page elements
  • 11. psssst: it also is
    DOWNLOADABLE
    and
    AUTOMATABLE
  • 12. Part #2:
    BROWSERS PLUGINS
    for data and best practices
  • 13. YSlow
  • 14. PageSpeed
  • 15. Part #3:
    SHOWSLOWthe long term solution
  • 16. COLLECTS DATA FROM...
  • 17. YSlow
  • 18. PageSpeed
  • 19. for constant
    MONITORING
    credits: http://blog.dynatrace.com
  • 20. but OUCH!
    IT NEEDS TO BE INSTALLED LOCALLY
  • 21. Part #4:
    HOW DO WE RANK
    WITH OTHERS
    it just is cool to know
  • 22. SPEEDOFTHEWEB.COM
    but still, it doesn’t really care about user perception
  • 23. Q & A