Such JS files are typically located on technical domains that are completely blocked by the robots.txt file. As a result, the Google search engine is unable to access these files and execute them. This can lead to issues with the proper processing of the page and result in certain content being inaccessible.
But manually checking all pages is not possible using Mobile Friendly Test. That’s why we at JetOctopus decided to make such a feature available to all our users.
4. You can export all data to a format convenient for you, namely Google Sheets, CSV, Excel, and others.
Clicking on “use in API” will provide a request to the JetOctopus API, which you can use for your software environment. For instance, to automatically detect blocked JS requests after each release.
How to check JS website with JetOctopus