New Relic browser monitoring has a single-page application (SPA) monitoring feature that provides deeper visibility and actionable insights into real user interactions with single-page apps, and for any app that uses AJAX requests.
In addition to monitoring route changes automatically, our SPA API allows you to monitor virtually anything that executes inside the browser. This allows developers and their team to:
- Create faster, more responsive, highly interactive apps.
- Monitor the throughput and performance that real users are experiencing.
- Troubleshoot and resolve problems within the context of the page load.
- Query your data to assist with business decisions.
- Bring better apps to the marketplace more quickly.
SPA monitoring is enabled by default for new browser agent installations. The SPA-enabled version of the agent gives access to other powerful New Relic features, like distributed tracing. For more information, see Enable browser monitoring.
For compatability information for SPA-related features, see SPA requirements.
Improving on traditional industry standards for measuring page load timing, we give you a complete picture of the activity, both synchronous and asynchronous, associated with page loads and route changes.
one.newrelic.com > Browser > (select an app) > Page views: Use browser monitoring's SPA monitoring to examine the throughput and performance of your SPA-architecture app.
SPA data monitored by browser monitoring includes:
- Performance data and throughput for page loads and route changes
- AJAX request data
- Dynamic page updates, monitored using the SPA API
With this data, you will gain a clear understanding of how your users experience your app's page loads and route changes, and be able to solve bottlenecks and troubleshoot errors. For more about how New Relic handles SPA data, see Understand SPA data collection.
Here is a summary of SPA monitoring features:
Single-page app monitoring
Take advantage of these features
Robust views in browser's UI
When SPA monitoring is enabled, the Page views page in browser shows event-driven data about application usage levels (throughput) and user experience (performance), including:
Data analysis with data explorer
The data explorer supports three SPA-specific event types:
Customized data from API
Use SPA API to obtain the specific data you need, such as custom naming, custom timing,