@mattab opened this Issue on January 8th 2011 Member

Integrate Piwik with Boomerang from Yahoo!, which is a 12k Js script that does a lot of interesting performance measurement on the client side.

I think reporting website technical performance would be a very good new feature for Piwik: load times, bandwith, latency, round trips, and more. See Boomerang use cases for more details.

I haven't thought this through, but we can't really do it at this stage. We need some form of Event Tracking and also need to think how integration could work at the JS level. Integration might not need to happen: we might just want to write a doc and point users to use boomerang directly, giving them the snippets that would feed Piwik the correct data.

But we still need event tracking.

@anonymous-matomo-user commented on January 9th 2011

Replying to matt:

Integrate Piwik with Boomerang from Yahoo!, which is a 12k Js script that does a lot of interesting performance measurement on the client side.

I think reporting website technical performance would be a very good new feature for Piwik: load times, bandwith, latency, round trips, and more. See Boomerang use cases for more details.

I haven't thought this through, but we can't really do it at this stage. We need some form of Event Tracking and also need to think how integration could work at the JS level. Integration might not need to happen: we might just want to write a doc and point users to use boomerang directly, giving them the snippets that would feed Piwik the correct data.

But we still need event tracking.

There's a WebTiming API that's been proposed to the W3C by google:
[https://dvcs.w3.org/hg/webperf/raw-file/tip/specs/NavigationTiming/Overview.html]

@mattab commented on April 28th 2011 Member

See also #1700

@mattab commented on April 6th 2014 Member

we will not use boomerang but the DOM core APIs instead, this was done in #1700

This Issue was closed on April 6th 2014
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