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error if failure. $url_to_test = “http://gtmetrix.com/”; echo “Testing $url_to_test\n”; $testid = $test->test(array( ‘url’ => $url_to_test )); if ($testid) { echo “Test started with $testid\n”; } else { die(“Test failed: ” . $test->error() . “\n”); } // Other options include: // // location => 4 – test from the Dallas test region (see locations below) // login-user => ‘foo’, // login-pass => ‘bar’, – the test requires http authentication // x-metrix-adblock => 1 – use the adblock plugin during this test // // For more information on options, see http://gtmetrix.com/api/ // After calling the test method, your URL will begin testing. You can call: echo “Waiting for test to finish\n”; $test->get_results(); // which will block and return once your test finishes. Alternatively, can call: // $state = $test->state() // which will return the current state. Please don’t check more than once per second. // Once your test is finished, chech that it completed ok, otherwise get the results. // Note: you must check twice. The first ->test() method can fail if url is malformed, or // other immediate error. However, if you get a job id, the test itself may fail if the url // can not be reached, or some pagespeed error. if ($test->error()) { die($test->error()); } $testid = $test->get_test_id(); echo “Test completed succesfully with ID $testid\n”; $results = $test->results(); foreach ($results as $result => $data) { echo ” $result => $data\n”; } echo “\nResources\n”; $resources = $test->resources(); foreach ($resources as $resource => $url) { echo ” Resource: $resource $url\n”; } // Each test has a unique test id. You can load an existing / old test result using: echo “Loading test id $testid\n”; $test->load($testid); // If you no longer need a test, you can delete it: echo “Deleting test id $testid\n”; $result = $test->delete(); if (! $result) { die(“error deleting test: ” . $test->error()); } // To list possible testing locations, use locations() method: echo “\nLocations GTmetrix can test from:\n”; $locations = $test->locations(); // Returns an array of associative arrays: foreach ($locations as $location) { echo “GTmetrix can run tests from: ” . $location[“name”] . ” using id: ” . $location[“id”] . ” default (” . $location[“default”] . “)\n”; } /* Sample output: Testing http://gtmetrix.com/ Test started with PnV4kAr2 Waiting for test to finish Test completed succesfully with ID PnV4kAr2 page_load_time => 480 html_bytes => 3346 page_elements => 16 report_url => http://gtmetrix.com/reports/gtmetrix.com/1r5AHf9E html_load_time => 28 page_bytes => 90094 pagespeed_score => 95 yslow_score => 98 Resources Resource: report_pdf https://gtmetrix.com/api/0.1/test/PnV4kAr2/report-pdf Resource: pagespeed https://gtmetrix.com/api/0.1/test/PnV4kAr2/pagespeed Resource: har https://gtmetrix.com/api/0.1/test/PnV4kAr2/har Resource: pagespeed_files https://gtmetrix.com/api/0.1/test/PnV4kAr2/pagespeed-files Resource: yslow https://gtmetrix.com/api/0.1/test/PnV4kAr2/yslow Resource: screenshot https://gtmetrix.com/api/0.1/test/PnV4kAr2/screenshot Loading test id PnV4kAr2 Deleting test id PnV4kAr2 Locations GTmetrix can test from: GTmetrix can run tests from: Vancouver, Canada using id: 1 default (1) GTmetrix can run tests from: London, UK using id: 2 default () GTmetrix can run tests from: Sydney, Australia using id: 3 default () GTmetrix can run tests from: Dallas, USA using id: 4 default () GTmetrix can run tests from: Mumbai, India using id: 5 default () */ ?>

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