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From Alex Harui <aha...@adobe.com>
Subject Re: Question Regarding Transition Performance
Date Sun, 13 Nov 2016 06:25:31 GMT
A profiler should shed some light on this.

-Alex

On 11/12/16, 6:52 PM, "bilbosax" <waspence41@comcast.net> wrote:

>I am writing a mobile app for the iPad.  It has a component that hides
>just
>off the bottom of the screen that contains a list with a custom
>itemrenderer.  When I tap a button in the app, it causes the component to
>slide up onto the screen using a Move transition.  The problem is that it
>takes 5 seconds after tapping the button for the component to move onto
>the
>screen and I can't find the issue.  I traced when the button gets tapped,
>and when the transition is called, and both happen immediately after the
>tap, but then it takes 5 seconds for the component to move onto the
>screen. 
>The component is created when the app opens, so I would think that it is
>ready to move into position on a button click.  The only other thing I can
>think of is that the itemrenderer for the list is taking some time to
>form. 
>Every following click of the button causes the component to move into
>position fairly quickly, but it is the first time that is taking the
>longest.
>
>Is there something I can do to see what is happening once the transition
>is
>called?  Is there a way to listen for the transition firing?  Is there a
>way
>to listen for when the item renderer is complete?
>
>Any thoughts would be helpful.  Thanks!
>
>
>
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