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RE: What do you want to see next? - pmeenan - 01-04-2011 05:19 AM

That's prety much the top item on the list for the roadmap :-) We're planning on working on them in this order:

Chrome
Firefox
Android

The Android support might be worked on in parallel with Firefox because getting a mobile browser into the testing mix is pretty high priority as well. We're thinking we should be able to have at least basic testing support for most of them by summer.


RE: What do you want to see next? - aaronpeters - 01-04-2011 05:45 AM

Pat,

that is a great roadmap. Wow, multi browser support. Awesome.
Android .... please put that one top of the list.


RE: What do you want to see next? - mverkerk - 08-04-2011 08:50 AM

i would really love to see the following for the test agent machine:

- Somehow run the progams (urlBlast, wptdriver, etc.) as services so the agent system can be locked. I am setting up WPT internally so we can test applications that are still in Dev/Test and running an unlocked WPT agent with an admin account, connected to the corporate network without a screensaver is a big NO/NO for our security team ...

- also, support for Windows 2008 and/or Windows 7 / 64 bit ... i'm sure that has already been requested many times Smile


RE: What do you want to see next? - pmeenan - 08-04-2011 09:04 AM

(08-04-2011 08:50 AM)mverkerk Wrote:  i would really love to see the following for the test agent machine:

- Somehow run the progams (urlBlast, wptdriver, etc.) as services so the agent system can be locked. I am setting up WPT internally so we can test applications that are still in Dev/Test and running an unlocked WPT agent with an admin account, connected to the corporate network without a screensaver is a big NO/NO for our security team ...

Would they be happier if the machines were actually VM's inside of a locked ESXi container? The test agents work really well on VMWare so that is an option. I may be able to code around the admin permissions but the unlocked desktop is a necessity for doing actual rendering. We might be able to do something with a headless webkit browser but IE, Chrome and Firefox will need a real desktop for getting useful results (and video capture).

(08-04-2011 08:50 AM)mverkerk Wrote:  - also, support for Windows 2008 and/or Windows 7 / 64 bit ... i'm sure that has already been requested many times Smile

Yep, the only holdup is Dummynet. If you don't want to do traffic shaping you can run on 64-bit (you could use an external box or VM with a fixed profile if you don't test different speeds). I have it on my list to get the dummynet driver working on 64-bit windows.

Thanks,

-Pat


RE: What do you want to see next? - vincej - 02-14-2012 02:27 PM

Not really a request.
Just a request to keep up the good work.

tonight when I ran a page teste, noted the popup window to link to specific requests to investigate headers, content, etc.

KUDOS... well done.
I always was annoyed by having to open other tab to scroll down the page to get that info.

liking the work done here very much.
Thanks, muchly
Vince.


RE: What do you want to see next? - pmeenan - 02-14-2012 11:13 PM

Lol, there's no sneaking anything past you guys ;-)


RE: What do you want to see next? - LeptienM - 02-23-2012 03:11 AM

How about the Critical Path feature, that Pagespeed once had as a Beta, and somehow has vanished again?
Additionally I liked the information of from where the object fetch was invoked (i.e. HTML-Tag / example.js / example.css)

Best wishes,
Markus


RE: What do you want to see next? - pmeenan - 02-23-2012 04:35 AM

If you run a test with Chrome you will get the information about where it was invoked from in the request details (click on an item in the waterfall and look for "Loaded By".


RE: What do you want to see next? - ME512 - 03-10-2012 05:29 AM

How about some reporting options... like an option to show median run based on Fully Loaded data instead of Document Complete? Smile


RE: What do you want to see next? - Sergey Chernyshev - 03-10-2012 06:46 AM

(03-10-2012 05:29 AM)ME512 Wrote:  How about some reporting options... like an option to show median run based on Fully Loaded data instead of Document Complete? Smile

Not sure about median, but WPT integrates with Show Slow and you can keep all the metrics there:
http://www.showslow.org/Configuring_WebPageTest