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Browser examples

Browser examples

Set of example dashboards based on New Relic Browser agent data.

What's included?

dashboards
4
Browser examples quickstart contains 4 dashboards. These interactive visualizations let you easily explore your data, understand context, and resolve problems faster.
alerts
7
Browser examples observability quickstart contains 7 alerts. These alerts detect changes in key performance metrics. Integrate these alerts with your favorite tools (like Slack, PagerDuty, etc.) and New Relic will let you know when something needs your attention.
Ajax Response Codes (>= 300)
This baseline alert condition evaluates deviations in Ajax response codes over 299.
Ajax Throughput
This baseline alert condition evaluates Ajax throughput deviations.
Ajax Time to Settle Deviation
This baseline alert condition evaluates Ajax time to settle deviations.
First Input Delay (75 percentile) (ms)
This baseline alert condition evaluates FID deviations.
Largest Contentful Paint (75 percentile) (seconds)
This baseline alert condition evaluates LCP deviations.
Pageload times (seconds)
This baseline alert condition evaluates pageload time deviations.
Throughput
This baseline alert condition evaluates throughput deviations.
documentation
1
Browser examples observability quickstart contains 1 documentation reference. This is how you'll get your data into New Relic.

A set of example dashboards based on New Relic Browser agent data. Browser measures page load timing, also known as Real User Monitoring (RUM). But it goes far beyond that to measure:

  • Actual performance data, such as by page view popularity, filtered by geographical regions important to your business, or by user satisfaction (Apdex) scores

  • Perceived performance data that measures how quickly your async or dynamic visuals and interactive page contents display

  • JavaScript error analytics, stack traces, and source maps with line-of-code visibility, to show you the end-user steps leading up to an error itself

  • Session performance with a detailed timeline and heat map of the load and interaction events during a webpage's full life cycle

  • AJAX requests indicating problems with timing, end points, and specific locations in the webpage

  • Hash-based route changes in apps with single-page application (SPA) architectures

How to use this quickstart

  • Sign Up for a free New Relic account or Log In to your existing account.
  • Click the install button.
  • Install the quickstart to get started or improve how you monitor your environment. They're filled with pre-built resources like dashboards, instrumentation, and alerts.
Authors
New Relic
Darren Doyle
Alex York
Kinsey
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