How do the web vitals metrics of your website compare to your competitors?
The purpose of the Web Vitals Score Card is to compare and visualize the different web vitals metrics as recorded by the the Chrome User Experience Report (CrUX) from real users (Real User Metrics) of multiple websites.
The Web Vitals Score Card is fetching webpages from the USA and is build upon Google Cloud Run using Debian, Docker, Python 3 and Flask. In addition, the Chrome User Experience Report data is pulled from the Google Chrome UX Report API for the webpage (URL) and relevant hostname in question to provide extra context. Report links are accessible, shareable and available for 31 days after generation.
Every line of code for the Web Vitals Score Card is written by SEO expert and ex-Google engineer Fili for free use on this website. The Web Vitals Score Card is under constant development and improvements will be added over time. Bugs will happen. Despite best efforts to maintain the code base and data quality, no guarantees can or will be given. Data may be incomplete and/or errors may occur. This is a personal website and for-fun project. Use at your own risk.