Features for Vue.js
When monitoring a Vue.js application, it is important to focus on various aspects to ensure its performance, stability, and user experience. Here are some key areas that Germain UX monitors in a Vue.js application:
Application-level Performance and Uptime Monitoring
Monitor the performance of your Vue.js application to identify any bottlenecks or issues that could impact its speed and responsiveness. Germain tracks metrics such as page load time, network requests, rendering performance, and memory usage.
Monitor the usage and performance of Vue components within your application. Identify any inefficient or slow-performing components that could impact the overall user experience. Germain tracks component rendering times and identify potential areas for optimization.
Monitor your Vue.js application across different browsers and versions to ensure consistent performance and compatibility. Germain identifies browser-specific issues or inconsistencies.
Logging and Debugging
Rely on Germain to capture detailed information in your logs, about errors, warnings, and other events to troubleshoot and diagnose issues more effectively.
Monitor network requests made by your Vue.js application to identify any slow or failing requests. Germain tracks metrics such as request/response times, latency, and HTTP status codes to optimize API calls and improve overall network performance.
Monitor the utilization of server resources such as CPU, memory, and disk space. This is especially important if your Vue.js application is running on a server or in a cloud environment. Monitoring resource usage helps ensure optimal performance and scalability.
Real User Experience Monitoring
Implement Germain Real User Monitoring (RUM) to gain insights into how your Vue.js application performs for actual users. Capture and analyze user interactions, page load times, and other performance metrics to understand the user experience from different geographical locations and devices.
Monitor user interactions and behavior within your Vue.js application. Analyze user flows, click patterns, navigation paths, and user engagement metrics to gain insights into how users are interacting with your application and identify areas for improvement.
Germain allows you to set up synthetic transactions to simulate user interactions or application-level actions within your VueJS application. These synthetic transactions can be configured to monitor specific functionalities, user journeys, or critical workflows. By regularly executing these synthetic transactions, Germain can proactively monitor the uptime and performance of your VueJS application and alert you in case of any issues or deviations from expected behavior.
By monitoring these aspects of your Vue.js application, you can identify and address performance issues, enhance the user experience, improve the application's stability, and ensure the overall success of your application.
Germain enables you to monitor critical business processes within your VueJS application. It tracks the execution of workflows, automation processes, and custom business logic. By monitoring business processes, Germain helps you ensure that your VueJS application is functioning correctly and that key processes are executing as expected. More details on Germain’s Workflow Monitoring & Mining.
Go to Germain Workspace > Left Menu > Wizard > Vue.js
Set Application Name and URL
Pick one of the deployment option from the Vue.js wizard summary and follow its steps. You can select from:
Package dependency (npm or yarn)
Script tag injection (local or remote)
You can always come back to these deployments steps:
Go to Germain Workspace > Left Menu > Analytics > UX Monitoring Profiles
Select UX Monitoring Profile recently created
Click Installation in the Configuration Editor
Feature Availability: 2022.1 or later