PerformanceNavigationTiming.loadEventEnd

Experimental

This is an experimental technology
Check the Browser compatibility table carefully before using this in production.

The loadEventEnd read-only property returns a timestamp which is equal to the time when the load event of the current document is completed.

Syntax

perfEntry.loadEventEnd;

Return Value

A timestamp representing the time when the load event of the current document is completed.

Example

The following example illustrates this property's usage.

function print_nav_timing_data() {
  // Use getEntriesByType() to just get the "navigation" events
  var perfEntries = performance.getEntriesByType("navigation");

  for (var i=0; i < perfEntries.length; i++) {
    console.log("= Navigation entry[" + i + "]");
    var p = perfEntries[i];
    // dom Properties
    console.log("DOM content loaded = " + (p.domContentLoadedEventEnd - p.domContentLoadedEventStart));
    console.log("DOM complete = " + p.domComplete);
    console.log("DOM interactive = " + p.domInteractive);

    // document load and unload time
    console.log("document load = " + (p.loadEventEnd - p.loadEventStart));
    console.log("document unload = " + (p.unloadEventEnd - p.unloadEventStart));

    // other properties
    console.log("type = " + p.type);
    console.log("redirectCount = " + p.redirectCount);
  }
}

Specifications

Specification
Navigation Timing Level 2 (Navigation Timing 2)
# dom-performancenavigationtiming-loadeventend

Browser compatibility

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