04 Apr '12, 5pm

Measuring Site Speed with Navigation Timing

Measuring Site Speed with Navigation Timing Posted by igrigorik on April 04, 2012 — 0 comments If your job is to think about web performance, then you need to approach it from a users perspective: use Navigation Timing to measure true latency, leverage Site Speed reports in Google Analytics, and focus on the shape (distribution) of the performance data! A hand's on look at the spec, and sample GA reports .

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