performance-HTML performance-HTML

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Version: 0.1.3
Last Update: 2013-12-30

Overview

performance-HTML is a Chrome extension developed by Daniel Lucks. According to the data from Chrome web store, current version of performance-HTML is 0.1.3, updated on 2013-12-30.
1,000+ users have installed this extension. 8 users have rated this extension with an average rating of 4.38.

This extensions displays some technical and structural performance data of websites.

This extension determines and displays some very useful performance data of websites in a quick and easy way. Just open the website you want to inspect, click the icon in the browser bar and a popup shows up.

The popup will show performance data like: DNS Lookup Time, Network Connection Time, Time to First Byte, Document Ready and Document Complete. It also shows some performance information in terms of the DOM, such as number of external files (Javascript, CSS) or number of DOM elements. And finally there is a panel for memory usage of Javascript execution.

This extension will give you the possibility to get a quick overview of the performance of a website and to compare it with other sites.

Feedback is very welcome! If you have some feedback or ideas for additional information to show in the popup, don't hesitate to contact me.

Rating

4.38

8 ratings

Total Installs

1,000+

Information

Last Update

2013-12-30

Current Version

0.1.3

Size

19.31KiB

Author

Daniel Lucks

Website

None

Category

Developer Tools

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avatar Yair Zilberman
2016-07-16

Great tool !!!
To see true data you have to delete browser cache and do an "hard reload" - You can do so by hitting the F12 button and right clicking the refresh button!

avatar VL
2016-01-16

Отлично

avatar David LEPAUX
2015-06-26

Ne fonctionne pas

avatar Evil Reiko
2015-04-30

Useful too!

I noticed that the information under "DOM structure and Elements" is correct, but the "Website Speed" information is in-accurate.

avatar Joe Tooman
2014-03-27

Great utility to see performance metrics on a page.