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Javascript Syntax for lr.[start][end]Timer Function

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Hello,

Can anyone help me with the lr.startTimer | lr.endTimer function? I can't find an example of syntax. I want to use it to measure different sections that are loading to a page independently of each other.

Can I use it like lr.start|endTransaction or do I need to develop a method?

Thanks!

Jes

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Note to self, read the function reference examples properly!

Doh!

Thank you for replying, orenga, you would have been perfectly entitled to write something sarcastic! 🙂

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@Jes73 wrote:

Note to self, read the function reference examples properly!

Doh!

Thank you for replying, orenga, you would have been perfectly entitled to write something sarcastic! 🙂


haha, you get that a lot in our universe 😄

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