Real User Measurements (RUM): why is this web app running slowly, Part 9

This is a continuation of a series of blog entries on this topic. The series starts here. Real User Measurements (RUM) The other way to obtain client-side Page Load time measurements – and one that is becoming increasingly popular – is a tool that measures page load time from inside… Continue reading

Webpagetest and measuring visual completeness — why is this web app running slowly, Part 8.

This is a continuation of a series of blog entries on this topic. The series starts here. In this post, I discuss one more performance tool that belongs in the YSlow family. It is called WebPageTest, and it makes a credible attempt at addressing some of the limitations of the YSlow… Continue reading