Traditional RUM tools Limitations
Monitoring SPA/PWA soft route using Gemini
As we see in the image below, Gemini users can track the Speed Index and First Contentful Paint (StartRender) of SPA and PWA similar to traditional webpages. Users can also select specifically the “soft route” options if they only want to track them.
As we see in the image below, Gemini can directly show the percentage of load and soft route requests in a single graph. This is a good way of checking if SPA or PWA architecture is working as desired. More the percent of soft route pages, better the operational efficiency and faster the user experience.
As shown in the image below, Gemini also tracks ajax/ fetch API requests and their real user load time. Depending on the requirement, users can choose between soft route, Load or all requests.
Gemini can also track blocking samples in SPA/PWA soft routes, as we see in the image below. Depending on the requirement of users they can choose between Soft Route or Load or all requests.
Users can audit the page waterfall in the online user journey and detect page waterfall issues to correct the user experience with the choice of selecting between load, soft route, or both, as shown in the image below.