I know google's pagespeed tool provides a good analysis of website's performance. Sadly, it requires accessing a URL.

I don't want to do that as my app is intranet. I want to test the performance locally. But, I can't seem to find any offline tool that can load a page from localhost and check how well it performs.

Is there any such tool?


Use Chrome as your browser. Under the Development Tools, use Network.

You can even mimic your bandwidth, e.g. throttle to the speed of a 500 MB GPRS connection.

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  • That app works only on ie that too in compatibility mode (thanks to xml files for data cache). :/ Adding browser compatibility is a plan long way away for now. Can I do it in IE as well? – jitendragarg May 11 '16 at 11:58
  • Actually it is there in IE as well. It lists total time for each file separately, no sum, but that is far better to be honest. – jitendragarg May 11 '16 at 12:02
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    I need a tool that might be able to identify the problem areas. That network section is a start, as it tells me the actual performance. It just doesn't tell me where to start fixing it. – jitendragarg May 11 '16 at 12:03
  • The same feature is available in Firefox. – user2428118 May 16 '16 at 13:44

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