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Thinking past Page Load Time In the past, the performance of a website was measured by checking how long it took for an event called ‘window.onload’ to trigger, this measurement was dubbed the “Page Load Time” (PLT) of a website. Five to ten years ago, this was a very good indicator, but websites have evolved […]Read More »
At LogNormal, we’re all about collecting and making sense of real user performance data. We collect over a billion data points a month, and there’s a lot you can tell about the web and your users if you know how to look at this data. In this post, I’d like to go over some of […]Read More »
Let’s say you have a large computer system and you want to measure it for performance or efficiency. You want metrics. You want pretty pictures that tell you what’s going on. You start looking at graphing libraries and databases. I think this is exactly backward. You have to start with measurement. It’s shockingly easy to […]Read More »