The browser index page provides a list of your existing apps being monitored by browser. It is also the starting point to install the browser agent for additional apps.
The browser applications index shows your app names, their health status, and summary information, with direct links to additional pages.
The index shows a list of your application names, their color-coded health status, and user experience summaries based on the current time frame selected in the time picker. This includes:
- Page load time, SPA response time, and throughput (pages per minute)
- AJAX response time and throughput (requests per minute)
- To view a browser app's Summary page: From the browser app index, select its name.
- To change a browser app's name: Follow the procedures to rename your app based on your original deployment method.
The color-coded health indicator shows each app's current status:
- Green: Browser monitoring has been enabled and the app is fine.
- Yellow: A Warning alert indicates the app is experiencing some non-critical issues; for example, the end user Apdex score or error rate crossed a defined threshold for the associated alert policy.
- Red: A Critical warning indicates an issue has escalated with the app.
- Gray: No data is being reported for the app at this time.
For a quick summary of current conditions, mouse over the app's colored status bar.
Here are some tips for using the browserbrowser applications index.
If you want to...
Change the sort order
Select any column heading to sort the list in ascending or descending order.
View a summary of an app's browser monitoring
Select the application's name to go to the browser Summary page for that app.
Search for specific apps
To narrow the search, type one or more characters in the Search filter. To broaden the search, clear the filter.
View browser performance details for an app
Select any of the corresponding links. For example, select the app's Page load time or Page load throughput link to go directly to the Page views page.
If page load timing has been enabled (the app's health status is green) but the browser apps index does not show any summary data (0 ppm), this means there has been no traffic recently (up to six minutes).
Return to the browser apps index
From any page in browser, select Browser applications, located above the name of your application.
If you need more help, check out these support and learning resources:
- Browse the Explorers Hub to get help from the community and join in discussions.
- Find answers on our sites and learn how to use our support portal.
- Run New Relic Diagnostics, our troubleshooting tool for Linux, Windows, and macOS.
- Review New Relic's data security and licenses documentation.