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Modern web applications don't rely on page loads to change the UI following a user interaction. Each user interaction instead triggers one or multiple XHR requests to get the necessary data, changing only parts of the UI. When activating XHR-action support, you add visibility into each kind of user interaction, besides just the regular page loads that are captured by default.

Specifically, in Single-Page Application environments that are built on top of AngularJS, React, or other JavaScript frameworks, this option extends the visibility significantly.

As there are a lot of different JavaScript frameworks out there, we focus our support on the most popular frameworks. The general settings cover popular frameworks like React, Ember. Depending on the XHR AJAX framework or architecture of your application, you may additionally need to enable the timed action support setting. You can exclude specific XHR requests from monitoring, for example, if your application sends frequent status-based XHR requests that you don't want to see in your user data.

You can exclude such visits to your web site from the local network by adding a network mask for your local network to the list of excluded addresses. To exclude XHR requests from monitoring. Infrastructure monitoring. Digital experience management. Digital business analytics. Customer stories. Our reinvention. Accelerate Software Delivery.

Automate Cloud Operations. Free trial. Get started What is Dynatrace? Measurements for ESXi host health How does virtual machine migration affect performance? NET Node. Which network ports does ActiveGate use?

Virtualization Basic concepts How monitoring data flows from your VMware platform to Dynatrace Installation Set up virtualization monitoring Monitoring Where can I view virtualization monitoring data?

What does a 'Max. How to use Real User Monitoring Web applications Introduction to application overview page Performance analysis User behavior analysis Multidimensional analysis Waterfall analysis World map view Source map support for JavaScript error analysis Analyze individual user actions Work with key performance metrics Define conversion goals How to use "Visually complete" and "Speed index" metrics Visually complete top findings Leverage user session properties Application analysis with Hyperlyzer Service flows for applications and user actions Mobile and custom applications Mobile user session analysis Check usage metrics for a mobile app Analyze network performance and error rates for mobile apps Where can I find crash reports for a mobile app?

What technologies underlie individual processes? Configuration Set up process group monitoring Customize the structure of process groups Customize the names of process groups Define your own process group metadata Monitoring Overview of all technologies running in your environment Analyze processes Analyze process responsiveness Process group availability monitoring and alerting Monitor process-specific network connections Hosts Basic concepts Get started with infrastructure monitoring How effective is infrastructure monitoring on its own?

Configuration Organize your environment using host groups Set custom host names in dynamic environments Define tags and metadata for hosts Monitoring Measures for host health Where can I view host performance measures? Dynatrace glossary About Dynatrace Help. Which JavaScript frameworks does Dynatrace support?

Select the application you're interested in to access the application's overview page. Click the Browse … button in the upper right corner and choose Edit to access the settings for the specific application. Select Async requests and single page app. Activate the suitable options, based on your environment.

Do not activate all of them, as this will have a negative impact on the Dynatrace JavaScript tag size and ultimately on the performance of your web application.

Select Capture fetch requests to capture user actions data for requests that are based on the Fetch API. Select Support for XmlHttpRequest if your application uses a framework that isn't explicitly supported. Enable the timed action support setting Depending on the XHR AJAX framework or architecture of your application, you may additionally need to enable the timed action support setting.

Select Applications from the navigation menu. Select Content capture. Enable the Timed action support option. Exclude specific XHR requests from monitoring You can exclude specific XHR requests from monitoring, for example, if your application sends frequent status-based XHR requests that you don't want to see in your user data.

Select Advanced setup. In this topic Which JavaScript frameworks does Dynatrace support?

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Modern web applications don't rely on page loads to change the UI following a user interaction. Each user interaction instead triggers one or multiple XHR requests to get the necessary data, changing only parts of the UI. When activating XHR-action support, you add visibility into each kind of user interaction, besides just the regular page loads that are captured by default. Specifically, in Single-Page Application environments that are built on top of AngularJS, React, or other JavaScript frameworks, this option extends the visibility significantly. As there are a lot of different JavaScript frameworks out there, we focus our support on the most popular frameworks.

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