At Rigor, our goal is to help people make their websites faster. Using our Real Browser checks, we can measure a website’s performance from locations across the globe. We can then benchmark performance enhancements against historical data to measure improvements. But what performance enhancements should we make?
To date, we’ve manually inspected performance trend data and individual waterfall charts to identify performance problems. Although these charts contain a wealth of information, it can be difficult and time-consuming to pinpoint and prioritize what to change. Today, we’re taking the first step toward automating that process with our on-demand Zoompf performance analysis.
Zoompf, a web performance optimization tool, analyzes waterfall data against more than 400 rules to identify and prioritize performance issues. Using our new Zoompf Connector, we can send Rigor performance data to Zoompf for analysis.
Connecting Rigor and Zoompf
- In Zoompf, go to Settings > API Credentials and copy the Zoompf API key
- In Rigor, go to Admin > Zoompf Connector and paste the Zoompf API key in the ‘Zoompf API Key’ field
- Click Create
Analyzing Data with Zoompf
With the Zoompf Connector set-up, we can run on-demand Zoompf analyses using Rigor waterfall data. To analyze a waterfall:
- Navigate to a Real Browser check and click on an individual run
- Click the page to analyze in the ‘Page Performance’ table
- Click Analyze in the top right
Just like that, we’ve sent Rigor’s waterfall data to Zoompf to identify and prioritize performance defects.
Note: Access to Zoompf and the Zoompf Connector is only available to current Zoompf customers. Click here to learn more about using Zoompf for on-demand actionable performance intelligence.
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