Hi Experts, I am trying to understand the contributors breakdown for a load action and couldn't understand where does the frontend time show on the breakdown.
Question#1 -> Trying to chart with frontend time. If the frontend time metric is not available in applications metrics for a custom chart, suggest what is the other metric we can consider for measuring estimated frontend time?
Question#2 -> Please take a look at the screenshots, and help me in finding the frontend time from the breakdown.
Question#3 -> Appreciate if you explain how Dynatrace measures the Frontend time?
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1.5S is the time the page "need" to be ready for customer usage (Visually complete)
2.6S is the time needed to load all page component (User action duration)
Visually complete: Time spend from the Browser to render the page (user can click and perform actions)
User action duration: Full time spend from the Browser in order to load all page component.
Note: Cached page can have less user action duration then visually complete ( check drill down)
So in a nut.. all depend about what you're looking for
Note: data aggregation from USQL can be different from data on this section. (due to retention period and different logic used for time series)
I agree that these metrics are useful and don't understand why it's not available for a given page as a dashboard metric. here is a good article that explains the value of this metric https://www.stevesouders.com/blog/2012/02/10/the-performance-golden-rule/