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page-load-timer v0.1.4

Measures the time it takes to load a web page

page-load-timer

This package uses selenium-webdriver with chromedriver to determine the average page load time for a given webpage.

Prerequisites

Installation

yarn global add page-load-timer@latest

Usage

The page-load-timer cli accepts two arguments.

  • url - The URL of the webpage to test
  • numRequests - The number of requests to send to the URL
page-load-timer --url=http://www.google.com --numRequests=10

Here's what an example output would look like.

page-load-timer --url=http://www.google.com --numRequests=10
Starting page load timer...
Request #1: 7104ms
Request #2: 2088ms
Request #3: 1301ms
Request #4: 1365ms
Request #5: 1354ms
Request #6: 1330ms
Request #7: 1399ms
Request #8: 1512ms
Request #9: 1386ms
Request #10: 1306ms
Page load timer complete
URL: http://www.google.com
Number of requests: 10
Average page load time: 2014.5ms

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