Our browser monitoring's Summary page summarizes the real-user browser performance of your app. Use the Summary page to:
- Get core web vitals at a glance, including largest contentful paint (LCP), first input delay (FID), and cumulative layout shift (CLS)
- View trends in an app's browser-side performance
- Quickly troubleshoot page load timing issues
- Navigate to other browser UI pages
To view a summary of browser performance for an app, use either of these paths:
- Go to one.newrelic.com > Explorer > Browser applications. Use the Explorer to access all your entities, that is, anything we can identify that reports data, from applications and hosts to custom groupings of any elements.
- Go to one.newrelic.com, click Browser, and select an app.
From the selected app's Summary page, use standard New Relic page functions to drill down into detailed information.
The Summary page includes:
- Core web vitals widgets
- User time on the site
- Initial page load and route change chart
- User-centric page load times chart
- Throughput chart
- Front end vs. back end chart
- Related entities widget
- View synthetics monitors
The Core web vitals show how your browser performs according to Google's Core Web Vitals. These include:
- LCP: Largest contentful paint
- FID: First input delay
- CLS: Cumulative layout shift
The User time on the site widget shows the time a user remains on the site.
The Initial page load and route change chart shows the load time of a traditional URL change stemming from a load or reload of a URL. This chart appears with more detail about the page load timing process on the page load time page.
The Throughput chart displays browser throughput as pages per minute (ppm). The value in the upper right of the chart is the average value for the selected time range.
If you have enabled SPA monitoring enabled and the Summary page shows the SPA load time chart, the Throughput chart will also use SPA data.
App server requests per minute (rpm) may show a different measurement than the browser page load timing's pages per minute (ppm).
The Front end vs. back end chart links to the connect APM service application. For details on APM and tracing, see Language agents and distributed tracing.
- First interaction by device type
- First interaction by user agent
- Longest first input delay by URL
The Related entities widget shows all the entities that are related to the browser. To understand more about connections between entities, read about entity relationships.
The View synthetic monitors button directs you to the Synthetics page. Synthetic monitoring can simulate user traffic. This helps you to proactively detect and resolve outages and poor performance of critical endpoints before your customers notice.