Detects virtual pages
Measures the end-to-end time for virtual pages
Names virtual pages
To enable SPA2 monitoring, see Configure SPA2 Monitoring.
How SPA2 Monitoring Works
From the base page, the user clicks a button to view products. The URL changes as the virtual page is loaded through a combination of previously downloaded content and from new content fetched through Ajax requests.
|User actions and the browser activity cease for five seconds. The browser activity includes requesting resources, making Ajax calls, and so on.
Browser RUM calculates metrics differently for base pages, Ajax requests, and virtual pages. The diagrams below demonstrate the differences between base page and virtual page metrics from the end-user perspective. See Browser RUM Metrics for metric definitions.
For base pages, Browser RUM calculates End User Response Time (EURT), Visually Complete Time (VCT), and Page Complete Time (PCT). For virtual pages, Browser RUM calculates EURT and VCT.
End User Response Time
End User Response Time (EURT) calculates the total time for all content (visual and non-visual) to be loaded on a page.
Visually Complete Time
Visually Complete Time (VCT) calculates the point in time when the browser has finished loading all visual content in the viewport.
Page Complete Time
Page Complete Time (PCT) is a SPA2 metric for base pages only. PCT calculates the point in time when the browser has finished loading all visual content on the page, regardless of whether the content is in or outside the viewport.