DebugBear keeps track of over 20 performance metrics, including First Contentful Paint, page size, and the overall Performance score reported by Lighthouse and PageSpeed Insights. You can also set up your own custom front-end performance metrics.
Test your website every couple of hours and get alerts when something goes wrong. You don't need to change anything on your website, all you need is a URL you want to monitor.
Users across the world will experience the performance of your website differently. So DebugBear provides test servers in the US, UK, Germany, Japan, Australia, and Brazil.
DebugBear runs tests in a consistent lab environment, but also surfaces the real user data that Google provides in the Chrome User Experience Report (CrUX).
DebugBear uses Lighthouse to give recommendations on how to speed up your site – the same tool that powers PageSpeed Insights.
To fix a regression you need to know what caused it. DebugBear provides detailed information on what changed about your website, so you can identify the root cause.
Performance data needs to be accessible by your development, product, analytics, and marketing teams. DebugBear recognizes this and we put no limit on the number of team members you can add to your account.
Get alerts in Slack and report build results to GitHub. Or use the API to build a custom integration that fits your workflow.