Edge Extension for Measuring Core Web Vitals and UX Quality Signals
What is Web Vitals?
Web Vitals is an Edge add-on by email@example.com. This add-on has 405 active users and a good user rating of 4.20. The latest version, 22.214.171.1246, was updated 6 months ago.
Web Vitals are quality signals key to delivering great UX on the web (https://web.dev/vitals). This extension measures the Core Web Vitals, providing instant feedback on loading, interactivity and layout shift metrics. It is consistent with how these metrics are measured by Edge and reported to other Google tools (e.g. Edge User Experience Report, Page Speed Insights, Search Console).
The extension captures: Largest Contentful Paint Cumulative Layout Shift First Input Delay Interaction To Next Paint (experimental) First Contentful Paint Time To First Byte
The extension provides three core features:
- Ambient Badge - This helps check if a page passing the Core Web Vitals thresholds.
Once installed, the extension will display a disabled state badge icon until you navigate to a URL. At this point it will update the badge to green or red depending on whether the URL passes the Core Web Vitals metrics thresholds.
Web Vitals is risky to use as it requires a number of sensitive permissions that can potentially harm your browser and steal your data. Exercise caution when installing this add-on. Review carefully before installing. We recommend that you only install Web Vitals if you trust the publisher.
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