New Relic Browser captures a variety of helpful metrics around pageviews, durations, and the general client-side performance of your web apps. With the new Browser Instrumentation capabilities, you can also track and analyze any single click or front-end action which takes place in your application. This webinar will review the new capabilities and data points you can analyze in New Relic Insights with the new JS API and walk you through how to get started with Browser Instrumentation.
Audience: Those who want to track more detailed information around clicks, hovers, page changes, and asynchronous actions to analyze that information for business and technical performance.
- What is Browser Instrumentation and how do I use it?
- What data can I track and analyze via the JS API?
- What are examples of queries and analyses I can do?
- How do I get started with implementing and using this feature