[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 98636] [Web Inspector] Performance Timeline Panel metabug

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Thu Nov 1 22:42:55 PDT 2012


--- Comment #6 from pdeng6 <pan.deng at intel.com>  2012-11-01 22:44:18 PST ---
(In reply to comment #5)
> Since web apis are standardized, it is better to come up with a single viewer in a form of a content script or extension that would uniformly visualize perf data from all browsers.
> We don't expect customers to optimize their sites against performance api - they have true instrumentation in the inspector for that. Making them use only perf data from api is a step back for them. Performance API should be rather used to collect stats from the wild. Even regression testing should use inspector protocol instead.

Thanks, I guess the reason we shall not keep this panel is similiar functionality existed in other tabs, rather than they are api. Same story on web storage and indexDB, right :)

> As for missing features in the inspector, please file them as separate bugs. For example, dns info is already available on bar hover on some ports (chromium). And console.timeStamp will appear on timeline.

I will file in new bug entry, thanks for your help.


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