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ad hoc assessment of factors impacting a site’s performance with the aim of improving said performance

In my imagination, I have done some great convincing and you’re sold: you will forget about trying to capture everything, you want a KPISo…

What tomeasure?

Whatever makes sense to you, that’s what.

More specifically, I think you should measure the time it takes for your site to be ready for a user to do whatever most users will want to do.

I keep saying ‘your site’, but this definition will likely be different for different pages on your site. You might have a search results page, a home page, an image gallery page. Your definition of ‘ready’ will of course be different for each of these.

The next thing you’ll need to decide on is whether this number should be measured for fast machines, or for a slower CPU and network.

I’m going to politely disagree with the prevailing wisdom and say it doesn’t really matter. Do whichever makes you happiest, here are some s:

None of the above are important to me, but maybe they are to you. So, keep your eyes on the prize and pick whichever will best drive performance improvements in your site.

If you’re still not sure, I suggest heads for fast and tails for slow.

Setting a performance goal

The final piece of conventional wisdom that I would like to challenge is the idea of a universal load-time goal.

Aiming to have your site load in 5 seconds over 3G on a Moto G4 seems like a good idea on the surface. But one of the websites I’m working on has a load time of (are you sitting down?)…

This is a site that gets a million hits a day. (And an example of reporting on big numbers for shock value.) A five-second load time is the pot of gold at the end of a rainbow. And we’re in an alternate universe where light doesn’t refract.

And yes, it is soul destroying. Thanks for asking.

Of course, if your site takes, say, 10 seconds to load, and you’re trying to get the budget to spend a month on performance work, then by all means share the “one-half of mobile users will give up on a site that takes more than 5 seconds to load” statistic to help make your case.

So, I think what I’m saying here is: come up with a goal that suits site, and leave the five-second rule for floor-food.

OK that’s enough theory. How can we pull all this together into something you can go and do…

A practical approach

I’m open to other suggestions, but the lowest-effort approach I can think of is this:

(Beware, a few people in the comments have reported that WebPageTest’s performance can be inconsistent over time.)

An aside: the site I used for this screenshot is just an experiment that I’m messing around with. It’s based on , doesn’t do much, and sits on a free-tier Heroku instance. So isn’t it interesting that even with a medium-weight framework like React, you can consider the baseline load time for a new website to be half a second?

In an ideal world, you would be able to account for and justify everything over an above those five hundred milliseconds.

You might as well have your KPI logging to the console so you can get immediate feedback on changes as you make them. Might as well show it as a marker on the Performance tab in Chrome DevTools too. You should probably send it to Google Analytics as a ‘user timing’ while you’re at it, so you can understand the range of real-world performance your users experience.

Resisting complexity

Measuring performance is like raising awareness for a cause — it’s pointless unless you follow it up with something.

And the point to measuring performance is so you can follow that up and make your site faster.

Depending on where your personality lies on the fiddler-procrastinator matrix, you probably have all sorts of exciting ideas spinning around in your head about how to improve on this overly simplistic approach.

You may be thinking it’s a good idea to measure a few different metrics and give them weightings and combine them into a ‘score’. Maybe incorporate something into your build pipeline that sets off alarms if your performance goes outside some threshold. You’ll want to email weekly reports of course.

I’m not going to stand in your way, but I would suggest that you ask yourself if this is really something that needs to be done for you to make your site faster. If it isn’t then I would gently suggest, while eyeing the nearest exit, that you’re procrastinating and you should really get to work making your site faster.

Fun fact: remember that site with the 107 second load time? Well, it has an automated performance measurement and reporting system that records the load time, with screenshots, for all pages on the site, at different network speeds, with and without AdBlock, and emails the results to the whole company, every week. It’s been like this for years. And still… 107 seconds.

Raising awareness is overrated.

The ad hoc assessment of factors impacting a site’s performance with the aim of improving said performance (snazzy)

OK to recap, we want to think of ‘measuring performance’ in two distinct ways. The first is the simple KPI from the previous section.

And then there’s everything else: how long you’re waiting for that sweet First Byte, how much time is spent loading CSS, building the DOM, executing JavaScript, handling clicks. All that jazz.

If you’re just starting out, I don’t think that this sort of performance measurement is very important.

[ignores gasps from audience]

Because before you even counting the milliseconds, you ought to get your house in order:

If you’ve never done any serious performance tuning, that first bullet point alone should keep you busier than a bee in a collapsing colony (except for the queen, she’s like “fine, whatever, leave. It’ll be nice to have some peace and quiet around here”).

When your site has no unnecessary junk in its trunk, , it’s time to learn the tools of the trade.

I hope you haven’t read all this way expecting me to explain performance measurement tools in a simple, easy-to-understand way. As the position of the scrollbar may have given away, there isn’t enough time left for that.

For you see, there’s a lot to learn, and it isn’t easy. So go and read these three pages from Google’s DevTools docs, and you will know more than 99% of people (including babies). If Firefox is more your style, the Developer Edition has some great docs as well.

And now, go forth and measure. Your goal is to get to know your site at a molecular level. When you have an intimate knowledge of what’s going on in the seconds before your site is ready, you’ll be in a position to get to work making it faster.

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