The Interzoid Global Page Load Performance API monitors web pages of the world by calling a location parameter along with the URL target. With the API, developers can measure performance from diverse locations at timed intervals. Global locations may include Paris, Tokyo, Sydney, Frankfurt, San Francisco, Mumbai, and Singapore. The API will return a measured value of the amount of time elapsing for the site to respond and simulate a browser load of the page from the specified geographic location.
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