Breakdown of a web page load time

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  • #20228
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    GoogleUser11
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    I have just started playing around with PowerShell and I would like to see if I can piece together a script that will give me the time it took for each element to load for a given web page. We have an internal web page that gets information from about 15 internal services that are running on several different network segments.

    Under IE I can press Pf12 and use "Internet Explorer Network Inspector" to get the load times but I would like to save the data so that I can have a before and after snapshot.

    I can get the total load time for the page using "Measure-Command { $my_request = Invoke-WebRequest -Uri $uri -DisableKeepAlive -Method Get }".

    First, is this possible to do and if it is, could somebody point me in the right direction.

    Thanks.

  • #20238
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    Sam Boutros
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    I'm not sure if Powershell is a good fit for this task. There's a bunch of web sites that provide this functionality for free like pingdom.com (url)http://tools.pingdom.com/fpt/#!/jNG9t/cnn.com(/url)

    • #20252
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      GoogleUser11
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      I used the link that you provided but it does not allow me to export the data to a CSV file so that I can compare individual lines at a later point in time. I know that PowerShell is not a good fit for this task but can it be done.

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