PerformanceResourceTiming.toJSON()

The toJSON() method of the PerformanceResourceTiming interface is a serializer; it returns a JSON representation of the PerformanceResourceTiming object.

Syntax

toJSON()

Parameters

None.

Return value

A JSON object that is the serialization of the PerformanceResourceTiming object.

Examples

Using the toJSON method

In this example, calling entry.toJSON() returns a JSON representation of the PerformanceResourceTiming object.

const observer = new PerformanceObserver((list) => {
  list.getEntries().forEach((entry) => {
    console.log(entry.toJSON());
  });
});

observer.observe({ type: "resource", buffered: true });

This would log a JSON object like so:

{
  "name": "https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/4/4a/Commons-logo.svg/31px-Commons-logo.svg.png",
  "entryType": "resource",
  "startTime": 110.80000001192093,
  "duration": 11.599999994039536,
  "initiatorType": "img",
  "nextHopProtocol": "h2",
  "renderBlockingStatus": "non-blocking",
  "workerStart": 0,
  "redirectStart": 0,
  "redirectEnd": 0,
  "fetchStart": 110.80000001192093,
  "domainLookupStart": 110.80000001192093,
  "domainLookupEnd": 110.80000001192093,
  "connectStart": 110.80000001192093,
  "connectEnd": 110.80000001192093,
  "secureConnectionStart": 110.80000001192093,
  "requestStart": 117.30000001192093,
  "responseStart": 120.40000000596046,
  "responseStatus": 200,
  "responseEnd": 122.40000000596046,
  "transferSize": 0,
  "encodedBodySize": 880,
  "decodedBodySize": 880,
  "serverTiming": [
    {
      "name": "cache",
      "duration": 0,
      "description": "hit-front"
    },
    {
      "name": "host",
      "duration": 0,
      "description": "cp3061"
    }
  ]
}

To get a JSON string, you can use JSON.stringify(entry) directly; it will call toJSON() automatically.

Specifications

Specification
Resource Timing
# dom-performanceresourcetiming-tojson

Browser compatibility

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See also