Firefox 5 support in dynaTrace AJAX Edition 3.2 Beta
Mozilla is fast with releasing new versions of Firefox and following fast is the dynaTrace team. As many of our users have asked about Firefox 5 support we are happy to announce that we have support with dynaTrace AJAX Edition 3.2 Beta. Release support for Firefox 5 will follow shortly for both our dynaTrace AJAX Premium and dynaTrace AJAX Edition users.
Deep Tracing in Firefox 5
If you are new to dynaTrace Ajax Edition I recommend watching the following Video Tutorials – they will get you started:
- Getting Started with dynaTrace AJAX Edition
- 15 additional Video Tutorials: from Recording a Session to Analyzing Ajax Calls along with Tips and Tricks
Once you have recorded a session with dynaTrace AJAX Edition you can analyze the recorded data in the Performance Report. The following screenshot shows the Performance Report for twitter.com. I loaded twitter.com being logged in with my @grabnerandi account. I moved the mouse over different posts and clicked on different links. As twitter.com is a great example for a Web 2.0 Application we see all activity being executed on a single URL:
The beta contains several smaller enhancements and fixes we made based on user feedback:
- Performance Report by default shows the initial URL that was entered. In case pages get redirected this was sometimes misleading.
- Performance Report now provides a context menu entry to show Redirected URLs
- Improved handling of mouse wheel scrolling
- Performance and User Experience Report were optimized when scrolling with mouse wheel
- Better handling of corrupt dynaTrace Sessions – these are sessions that do not contain full session information
- You can now open corrupted dynaTrace AJAX Sessions. We will display all data available in the session
- Certain pages in Firefox (using a specific version of jQuery) could not leverage DOM and XHR Tracing
- This problem has been fixed. You can turn DOM/AJAX Tracing on for ALL pages in Firefox
Give us your Feedback
We get a lot of great feedback through our dynaTrace Community Forum. If you have questions on the tool or feedback about enhancement then please let us know.
If you want to take Browser Performance to the next level – check out dynaTrace AJAX Premium – which will enable you to compare different test runs, perform automatic baselining and regression alerting, provide server side visibility, and more.