Mar 10, 2010
You can�t improve what you don�t measure�and what you measure matters. In the case of dynamic Web 2.0 applications, what you measure must reflect the real user experience�which can only be captured from within the browser.
The reason is that dynamic Web 2.0 applications often obscure visibility into performance, so they must be accompanied by changes in how application performance is monitored.
This report describes these issues and profiles a tool from AlertSite� called D�j�Click� that addresses the problems.