Class PerformanceTimeline

  • public class PerformanceTimeline
    extends java.lang.Object
    Class created by Automatic Code-Generator.
    This class was built using the Chrome Remote Dev-Tools A.P.I., which is specified by two JSON-RPC Files. These files were obtained from the Chrome Dev Tools Protocol Git Hub Page, which has a "Tip of Tree" (the latest) API-Specification Page Here: JSON-RPC Protocol Specification.

    JSON-Viewable Google-API:
    These files may be viewed here: browser_protocol.json and js_protocol.json.
    These files were converted into this Java-Browser (CDT) Library; they are a Java-Alternative to the Node.js implementation.

    HTML-Viewable API:
    In addition to this Class-Library, these files were also converted to a simple HTML Page, which may be browsed here: Browser API Web-Page

    Node.js RDP-API Implementation:
    You may read about the Node.js Chrome Remote Interface on the Node.js Package Manager Web-Site: NPM
    Reporting of performance timeline events, as specified in

    This class is intended to be used with a Headless Browser

    These methods have been tested, to some degree, using Google Chrome. In order to use this class you must start a web-browser instance and make a connection to the browser using a Remote Debugging Port. The initializations may be accomplished using class BRDPC (Browser Remote Debug Protocol Connection).

    Google-Chrome was used during the development process of the classes in this particular package. Note that, lately, it has been asserted Microsoft has switched to using the Chrome-Engine for its Microsoft Edge Browser Internal Code-Base. Therefore, there may limited support / functionality when running the methods in this class with Microsoft-Edge. There is the possibility these will work with Opera & Safari.

    Check whether the your Web-Browser will allow itself to be driven by the Web-Socket RDP-Port 9223.

    Foreign Function API:
    Every one of the methods that reside in this class are designed to do nothing more than:

    1. Accept Parameters from the User, and "Marshall Them" into a Valid JSON-Request
    2. Transmit the Marshalled Request-JSON to a Headless Web-Browser over a Web-Socket RDP Connection
    3. Receive BOTH that Method's Results AND any Browser Event-Firings from the Web-Socket
    4. Parse JSON Method-Results and Browser-Event Firings, and Subsequently Convert them to Standard Java-Types
    5. Report these Method-Results and Browser-Events to the User via an User-Registered Event-Listener or a Promise Object

    Java-HTML Difference:
    Unlike the bulk of the Java HTML JAR Library, there is very little native Java-Code, and very little testing that may be done on any of the classes & methods in this package. The code inside these classes does nothing more than marshall-and-unmarshall Java-Types into Json-Requests (and vice-versa). The Java-Script & Browser modules inside of a Google-Chrome instance are, theoretically, handling these requests, and returning their results (or events) over the Web-Socket Connection.

    It has been asserted (by Google Chrome Developers) that some of these methods are only "partially working" or "experimental".

    Stateless Class:
    This class neither contains any program-state, nor can it be instantiated. The @StaticFunctional Annotation may also be called 'The Spaghetti Report'. Static-Functional classes are, essentially, C-Styled Files, without any constructors or non-static member fields. It is a concept very similar to the Java-Bean's @Stateless Annotation.

    • 1 Constructor(s), 1 declared private, zero-argument constructor
    • 1 Method(s), 1 declared static
    • 5 Field(s), 5 declared static, 4 declared final
    • Fields excused from final modifier (with explanation):
      Field 'counter' is not final. Reason: CONFIGURATION

    • Method Summary

      PerformanceTimeline Domain Commands
      Script Returns Modifier and Type Method
      NONE (void) static Script<> enable​(String[] eventTypes)
      Previously buffered events would be reported before method returns.
      • Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object

        clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
    • Method Detail

      • enable

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        public static Script<java.lang.String,​JsonObject,​Ret0enable​
                    (java.lang.String[] eventTypes)
        Previously buffered events would be reported before method returns. See also: timelineEventAdded
        eventTypes - The types of event to report, as specified in The specified filter overrides any previous filters, passing empty filter disables recording. Note that not all types exposed to the web platform are currently supported.
        An instance of Script<String, JsonObject, Ret0>

        This Script instance must be executed before the browser receives the invocation-request.

        This Browser-Function does not have a return-value. You may choose to await the Promise<JsonObject, Ret0 > to ensure the Browser Function has run to completion.