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Re: Using the Navigation Timing API

From: Daniel Tahin <84squirrel84@a1.net>
Date: Sun, 08 Jan 2012 00:54:04 +0100
Message-ID: <4F08DB1C.1070509@a1.net>
To: public-web-perf@w3.org
Thanx for the hint.

Just a last question. The document describes the function getEntries(), 
that is available in the window.performance object. I use Aurora 10, but 
i don't have this function. Is the PerformanceResourceTiming Interface a 
brand new API, that is not yet supported by the browsers?

Thank you again,

Arvind Jain schrieb:
> You can get that information from ResourceTiming API. It is yet to be 
> implemented by most browsers.
> http://dvcs.w3.org/hg/webperf/raw-file/tip/specs/ResourceTiming/Overview.html
> On Thu, Jan 5, 2012 at 2:33 AM, Daniel Tahin <84squirrel84@a1.net 
> <mailto:84squirrel84@a1.net>> wrote:
>     Dear web perf working group,
>     i'm working in a project, that analyzes the download speed of a
>     website and visualizes it in a simple graph. It uses the navigation
>     timing api
>     (http://dvcs.w3.org/hg/__webperf/raw-file/tip/specs/__NavigationTiming/Overview.html
>     <http://dvcs.w3.org/hg/webperf/raw-file/tip/specs/NavigationTiming/Overview.html>__).
>     I would like to ask you something. Is it possible with this api to
>     query the download time of each image, css, javascript, ... too that is
>     embedded in the main html document? (to make such a visualization
>     like:
>     http://www.webkit.org/blog-__files/inspector-resources-__panel.png
>     <http://www.webkit.org/blog-files/inspector-resources-panel.png>  or
>     the timeline graph in Firebug)
>     Thank you for your answer,
>     Daniel
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