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mPulse Real User Measurement

Description

There’s no question that web and mobile application performance affects user behavior — but how do you put that information to good use?

Using Real User Monitoring (RUM), SOASTA’s mPulse captures and aggregates the performance and engagement metrics most important to your business in real time, giving you the real user intelligence needed to correlate the impact of performance on the bottom line, take immediate action as required, and feed critical information back into the development lifecycle.

All data is presented to you in a vivid, easy-to-understand and actionable format.

See more at: http://www.soasta.com/mpulse/

Screenshots

  • Real-time data visualization provides immediate feedback on user experiences and impact on user engagement.
  • Full statistical summary and multi-dimensional analysis of your performance data.
  • Stunning WebGL visualizations illustrate exactly where users are impacted by site performance.
  • To enable: From your mPulse domain configuration, copy your API key.
  • Input your API key into the WordPress plugin configuration for mPulse.
  • The mPulse Waterfall Dashboard shows every network request of your visitors (using ResourceTiming data)

Installation

  1. If you haven’t already, create an mPulse account (http://www.soasta.com/mpulse/) and copy your API key once you’ve configured a domain
  2. Install the WordPress plugin
    • Directly from WordPress admin: ‘Plugins’ > ‘Add new’. Search for “SOASTA”, “mpulse”, or “Real User Monitoring” and “Install Now”, or
    • Upload entire directory to /wp-content/plugins
  3. From your Plugins page, activate mPulse and configure through the “SOASTA mPulse” sub-menu under Settings. You will need your API Key from step 1.

Contributors & Developers

“mPulse Real User Measurement” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Changelog

2.3

  • Updated interface to be consistent with latest WordPress styles
  • The Settings page is now listed under Settings instead of Plugins
  • Fixed a bug when W3 Total Cache is installed

2.2

  • Fixed an issue with a trailing semi-colon in html

2.1

  • Minor bug fix

2.0

  • Changed the script loader code

1.0

  • Initial version