If you’re lucky, you can identify the problem and troubleshoot right away. If you don’t yet know what you’re dealing with, you could start here:
• Server performance: Momentary server hiccups may result in incomplete code being sent to the browser.
• Corrupt cache file: This can cause unstable application performance and random error messages that pop up in the browser. Sometimes it can even make the application crash.
• Others possible issues: The scripting engine, video card drivers, or Direct X controls could be corrupt or outdated.
3. Monitor load times. Establish an ideal baseline for how long it should take for your application to load. Then monitor the load times of each step in the page. If a step loads slowly, you’ll then receive an alert about the problem in the page or step.
Monitor individual page elements to identify what is causing the issue
• Intuitive charts to monitor page elements, their load speeds & timings
• A graphical dashboard that monitors every component of your site
• Drill-down capabilities & isolation of performance issues to quickly determine what’s causing the delay
• Customized alerts based on the severity level