Website page experience testing with Lighthouse

Automatically test and monitor website performance, SEO and accessibility with Lighthouse. Run a sample test below.

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Monitoring

Automated Website SEO and Performance Monitoring

Analyze historical records of Lighthouse tests with automated monitoring. Report with confidence about SEO and performance improvements to stay on top of changes when they happen! After creating an account, you'll have access to dashboards displaying charts from automated Lighthouse runs.

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Foo makes Continuous Integration
and Deployment easy

Lighthouse automation in any DevOps flavor

Need a solution for your CI or CD pipeline? We offer a variety of ways to easily integrate Lighthouse audits in your DevOps workflow to ensure the highest quality of your web application in every release!

Github

Github

Utilize the Lighthouse Check GitHub Action for running Lighthouse audits automatically in a workflow with a rich set of extra features. Simple implementation or advanced customization including Slack notifications, AWS S3 HTML report uploads, PR comments and more!

Jenkins

Jenkins

Integrating with Jenkins is as simple as adding a few lines in your config. Foo provides a public API to trigger Lighthouse audits on every change! Embelish your CI/CD pipeline with website quality checks to stay on top of SEO, performance, best practice, and PWA.

CircleCI

CircleCI

Check out the CircleCI Lighthouse Check Orb for running Lighthouse audits automatically in your CircleCI workflow. Simply add a few lines to your config, and keep your website performance, SEO, best practice and PWA in check with every change!

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Slack notifications

Stay informed of Quality Changes in Real Time

Connect a Slack channel to any URL being monitored. Set a threshold of points above or below average to trigger Slack notifications per URL. If any audit falls below the threshold against the average you'll be informed. This is especially handy for premium accounts which have automatic monitoring.

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Simple and affordable pricing

Free

$0

A free account type for basic usage. This is good for simple use or for familiarizing with features of our service.

Features

  • 1 URL

  • 5 triggered Lighthouse runs per day

  • Support for a variety of workflow integrations

  • Online reporting. Reports saved for 6 months.

Standard

$20/mo

A plan with all the basics to support a small number of URLs and team members.

Features

  • 5 URLs

  • 5 triggered runs per URL, per day

  • 2 automated runs per URL, per day

  • 3 user limit

  • Slack integration

  • Support for a variety of workflow integrations

  • Online reporting. Reports saved for 6 months.

Advanced

$60/mo

A plan offering a happy medium between volume of URLs, automation, and team member size.

Features

  • 30 URLs

  • 10 triggered runs per URL, per day

  • 4 automated runs per URL, per day

  • 10 user limit

  • Slack integration

  • Support for a variety of workflow integrations

  • Online reporting. Reports saved for 6 months.

Enterprise

$120/mo

Have many URLs that need frequent automation? This plan is for you. It supports larger teams.

Features

  • 100 URLs

  • 20 triggered runs per URL, per day

  • 12 automated runs per URL, per day

  • 25 user limit

  • Slack integration

  • Support for a variety of workflow integrations

  • Online reporting. Reports saved for 6 months.

All paid, premium accounts include a 1 month free trial. You can cancel anytime before trial end without being charged.

Customized Plans

Had something else in mind? Whether you want higher rate limiting or custom pricing, contact us to help us come up with a plan that best meets your needs.

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FAQs

Lighthouse is an open-source tool created by the Google Chrome team. Lighthouse is used to analyze web page quality based on a set of modern, "user-centric" metrics.

By analyzing and addressing results from Lighthouse reports you can improve user experience, performance and SEO. Search engines now prioritize websites that are fast, mobile-friendly, and accessible.

Services like Foo simplify SEO and performance testing by automating Lighthouse testing. Foo provides a UI to run Lighthouse on URLs manually and automatically. With Foo you can establish a historical timeline of Lighthouse audits. With platforms like this, you can monitor Lighthouse results and associate changes to code changes.

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