Monitoring PageSpeed and CrUX scores across builds

Automating web audits with AutoWebPerf

“Today we’re announcing that the page experience signals in ranking will roll out in May 2021. The new page experience signals combine Core Web Vitals with our existing search signals including mobile-friendliness, safe-browsing, HTTPS-security, and intrusive interstitial guidelines.” Said a blog published on November 10, 2020. That’s when the world started taking page speed scores seriously.

Previously our team would go measure the scores of our website on PageSpeed Insights. Repeat the experiment multiple times and average out the result to get a clear picture of the score. This consumed a significant time in our ship cycle.

Introducing Autowebperf, the tool enables automatic gathering of performance data from multiple sources Chrome UX Report, PageSpeed Insights, or WebPageTest and can be set to continuously monitor the site performance in one place.

Let’s begin the setup

Step 6: Making the dashboard

Data gathering dashboard

ALL DONE.

PS: The blog is heavily inspired by https://github.com/GoogleChromeLabs/AutoWebPerf. Do give it a look to dive into deeper implementation and use-cases.

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