jQuery performance monitoring
Monitor any metrics to optimize user experience for your jQuery applications and websites
Analyze end-user performance metrics
Understand what your users are experiencing in your jQuery apps or on your websites by looking at the satisfaction of their visit.
Find all jQuery errors in seconds
Optimize your jQuery applications from a technical point of view. Easily resolve problems before receiving a negative impact on your users’ journey.
Get full stack metrics of your entire IT environment
Make sure you remain a healthy infrastructure system by taking advantage of detailed insights on code, application or server level.
Enhance user experience with full insights into jQuery application performance
Application or website errors are having a huge impact on the performance of your services. With Dynatrace APM any relevant metrics can be comprehended easily. Besides technical factors also critical entry- and exit actions need to be considered. The overall experience of your users can vary heavily since they are using mobile browsers, desktop computers, tablets and mobile devices. Even multiple channels can be used simultaneously which makes it more important for deep insights into the performance of your environment.
When offering jQuery apps or websites, the user action duration is one of Dynatrace’s performance indicators for the overall User Experience. Dynatrace compares the user action duration over all the different channels and can work on getting the experience to the industry best practice.
Identify errors and optimize your jQuery applications
Optimizing jQuery websites and applications can be tricky and lead to potentially unresponsive results for your end users. Dynatrace helps you to find errors and allows you to optimize jQuery performance. By providing line numbers as well as stack traces, issues can be found quickly and fixed easily. On a single infographic Dynatrace delivers an overview of the number of user actions being affected by specific errors. Further you receive information about the total amount of errors in a given time frame and also which browsers, versions and systems your users have been using, when encountering the errors.
A breakdown of all jQuery performance details
- Worker processes
- Request and response size
- Compilation time
- Execution time
- General requests and dependencies
- Response time
- Failure rate
- Request and response sizes
- Restarts, crashes and deployment changes
- Apdex score
- CPU and memory usage
- Performance analysis
- Network traffic
- TCP requests and retransmissions
“As an online retailer, website and mobile performance is critical to our organization because it directly correlates with the customer experience and revenue generation. That’s why we rely on Dynatrace.”
Go through your jQuery web application with external eyes
Dynatrace Visually complete shows you exactly how long it takes your web page to become visually complete – for every user, on every mobile or desktop device. Get into the customer’s seat and go beyond time to first byte, DOM interactive or fully loaded. In addition to Visually complete, the Speed index indicates how fast your page loads through a user's perspective. A lower Speed index is ideal as it means large parts of the page can render very quickly.
Reviewing an application or a website from an external point of view is a great way to detect issues, you've always been overlooking so far. Dynatrace helps you to optimize jQuery performance by giving you the opportunity of intelligent, AI-driven observations. Therefore jQuery monitoring and specific jQuery optimizations can make a big difference for your web applications.
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