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Page load time capture in Angular JS 4 and above

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19-12-2017

Hi,

We have implemented adobe through DTM for our Angular JS site. We are getting the page name and other custom tagging details, but noticed the page load time is same for across all the pages until that particular page is refreshed.

Will the same plug in work what we are using for J query or any other additional changes need to be done.

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Do you have a data layer, or a key you can update with start and stop times to record angular's time of execution on client side?

Usually pageloadtime involves the data response time from request to response handling, maybe you could embed the response time into your api responses to provide detail to the frontend and measure the loadtime of data / ui update execution time?