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What does NeoLoad average page/request response mean

I have a very slow loading web page with multiple controls. Neoload reports .015 and .014 for average page and request response times, which is misleading

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No, Neoload does not measure client side statistics for the most part. It is something for the future we will consider and look into, but for now we do not.

Your .NET and javascript should not impact that heavily, but Ajax could be polling and causing some response time issues if something out of the ordinary is going on.

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If the page is .014-.015 for average response time, then the delay you might be seeing is the rendering time on the client side. If the page takes a significant amount of time to display to the client, this has nothing to do with the server's response to the client, but the actual rendering of the page content in the browser on the PC.

What kind of page is being loaded? A certain technology and/or resources?

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Just .NET, javascript, some heavy ajax calls, and C#. Is there a way to measure client side rendering time for NeoLoad? Or callbacks?