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Tools for performance monitoring in browser

 
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Hi,


What are the tools available to monitor which resources (CSS,JS, image) took what time to download in safari browser. it could be a plugin like firebug, or an independent tool that can sniff the browser traffic and monitor them

Thanks
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Googles PageSpeed might be what you are looking for: http://code.google.com/intl/de-DE/speed/page-speed/
 
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Dear Partha,

You can also use Safari's built-in tools. In the preferences, open "advanced" and check the "enable developer tools" checkbox. Then load a web page and choose "Develop" from the menu bar. I like for example the Web Inspector view.

Kees Jan
 
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Currently IE-8 also came up with developer tools where you can debug code and can run profiler also.
It is quite interesting stuff from IE-8.
 
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Try YSlow I find it very useful.
Also Fiddler can be very helpful.

YSlow was invented by the Chief Architect at Yahoo - Steve Sounders - he has 2 books on this published by O Reilly

 
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