We've been busy here at SpeedCurve HQ! Here's a roundup of our recent product updates.
On your Vitals dashboard, you now get performance recommendations that are specific to each of the Vitals you're tracking – Largest Contentful Paint, First Input Delay, Total Blocking Time, and Cumulative Layout Shift. This makes your Vitals dashboard a powerful tool for not only seeing how your metrics perform relative to Google's thresholds, but also diagnose your biggest pain points and get prioritized solutions.
Elsewhere in SpeedCurve, all the performance recommendations you see in your Vitals and Improve dashboards – as well as in your synthetic test details – are now badged so you can see which Web Vitals they affect. Fix those issues and you should see improvements in your Vitals and Lighthouse scores.
LUX.send()to be called later in the page lifecycle.?
LUX.getDebug()now includes events that help to debug some metrics including LCP, CLS, element timing, and long tasks.?
When comparing two tests, we now give you a comparison of common third parties. We also identify which third parties are unique to each test. Using this feature, you can quickly identify new and problematic third parties. This short video explains how to diagnose third-party regressions in SpeedCurve.
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