Andreas Grabner About the Author

Andreas Grabner has been helping companies improve their application performance for 15+ years. He is a regular contributor within Web Performance and DevOps communities and a prolific speaker at user groups and conferences around the world. Reach him at @grabnerandi

Best Practices to Diagnose and Prevent AJAX Performance Issues in Complex Web2.0 Applications:

I am doing another Webinar on Best Practices for AJAX Performance Analysis with Andrew Espinosa from

Date: December 16th, 2009, 6pm/Noon/9am CET/ET/PT – register here! – the worlds leading internet job portal – was challenged with the same AJAX Performance Problems as other Web 2.0 companies are facing. Long page load times and unresponsive pages caused by JavaScript resulted in bad end user experience.

Join Andrew and me on this webinar where you will learn firsthand about:

  • Typical challenges with creating interactive and engaging AJAX applications
  • Problems with traditional JavaScript profilers
  • Why dynaTrace built the free dynaTrace AJAX Edition
  • AJAX Challenges faced
  • How resolved these with dynaTrace AJAX Edition
  • Results and benefits has achieved
  • Recommendations for Best Practices from to more effectively engineer and test high-performance AJAX applications

The webinar will be recorded in case you cannot make it to the live event. Find this webinar and all other webinars under the recorded webinars section.


  1. dynatrace ajax does not work with eval-ed source (which dojo uses extensively): it does not list any js functions defined in eval’d sources.

    is there a place for users to submit bug reports?

  2. thanks for letting us know about this – great community input.
    We exchanged some emails with liucougar and will update the community (on the blog and on the forum) with the outcome

  3. Enable Argument Capturing – as described on this community page ( gets additional insight into DoJo’s method calls executed via JavaScript eval

  4. the UI of monnster getting lot of load while regging new users



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