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From Fréderic Cox <frede...@exuvis.com>
Subject Re: Flex performance
Date Wed, 04 Jan 2012 23:00:52 GMT
I have a CMS which consists of 10-15 modules with dynamic skinning (3
skins based on rolloutID the style.swf for the relevant project will be
loaded at runtime) and there has been a lot of work done by inexperienced
developers (following code guidelines with good testing but focus was on
getting it to work and to lesser extent on good code), also loading a lot
of data (5000 complex items) and lots of seperate AMFPHP calls it is a
very intensive RIA. It works pretty fast now but it could be faster on mac
(not blocking UI)

Afterwards I optimized it (and still am) but that would be useful for
performance analytics (before and after) also. I'll check on what exactly
is expensive in the profiler (I will try to use Flex 4.6 first if it
compiles to that)

On 04/01/12 23:42, "João Fernandes" <joaopedromartinsfernandes@gmail.com>
wrote:

>  On 1/4/2012 10:23 PM, Iwo Banaś wrote:
>> Many of performance issues can be addressed but to be sure that we are
>> addressing the right ones we'll need a good performance benchmarks.
>> Preferably a full enterprise applications. I'm aware that it's not
>> possible to release commercial application code as a benchmark but we
>> may create a SDK version with performance monitoring and encourage
>> people to run it against their projects and post back the analysis.
>> Such approach is much more efficient than creating a "add 1000
>> UIComponents to display list" kind of tests.
>I could provide analysis from our application (ERP system with around
>300k lines and growing) using this kind of performance monitor if it can
>help tracking performance issues.
>
>João Fernandes

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