Lighthouse Batch Reporter
Supports executing Lighthouse analysis over a number of sites in sequence and generating a summary report including all of their scores. Scores are calculated from the average score between Performance, PWA, Accessibility and Best Practice and SEO sections.
Also writes out the full
json report for each site and optionally an
npm install lighthouse-batch -g
lighthouse-batch -s https://www.bbc.com,https://housing.com
This will generate the following files under the
www_bbc_com.report.json // Full results for bbc.com housing_com.report.json // Full results from housing.com summary.json // Summary of results with scores out of 100
If you also want html reports include the
housing_com.report.html // Full html results for housing.com www_bbc_com.report.html // Full html results for bbc.com
There's also the option to read site urls from a text file, one per line.
lighthouse-batch -f sites.txt
lighthouse-batch [options] Options: -s, --sites [sites] a comma delimited list of site urls to analyze with Lighthouse (default: ) -f, --file [path] an input file with a site url per-line to analyze with Lighthouse (default: null) -p, --params <params> extra parameters to pass to lighthouse cli for each execution e.g. -p "--perf --quiet" (default: null) -h, --html generate an html report alongside the json report -o, --out [out] the output folder to place reports, defaults to './report/lighthouse' -g, --use-global use a global lighthouse install instead of the dependency version -v, --verbose enable verbose logging --help output usage information
Chrome is run with the following flags to support the widest set of execution environments, including docker containers
--chrome-flags="--no-sandbox --headless --disable-gpu". You can replace these with your own by passing
--chrome-flagsas extra parameters. e.g.
--params "--chrome-flags=\"--no-sandbox --disable-gpu\""