AJAX :: Can Measure The Elapsed Time For A Callback Roundtrip

Jun 23, 2010

Is it possible to measure the elapsed time from when a user clicks an 'ajaxified' button until the ajax controls are updated?

I'm using ASP.Net v4, Visual Studio 2010, C#, and the MS AjaxToolkit.

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