IIS 7 and Above
Last post Nov 01, 2019 07:23 AM by sandeep p
Mar 07, 2018 11:03 AM|Richawilliams|LINK
Is there a quantitative way of testing
Mar 08, 2018 07:28 AM|Yuk Ding|LINK
IIS itself can't generate the report for the java script performance. It will only record the time taken for asp.net application pipeline .I think, the F12 developer feature in web browser and profiler could be used to test the performance.
May 21, 2019 01:11 PM|juliastella|LINK
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May 24, 2019 12:14 PM|Jackbrowan|LINK
Nov 01, 2019 07:23 AM|sandeep p|LINK
Profilers are definitely a good way to get numbers, but in my experience, perceived performance is all that matters to the user/client. For example, we had a project with an Ext accordion that expanded to show some data and then a few nested Ext grids. Everything
was actually rendering pretty fast, no single operation took a long time, there was just a lot of information being rendered all at once, so it felt slow to the user.
We 'fixed' this, not by switching to a faster component, or optimizing some method, but by rendering the data first, then rendering the grids with a setTimeout. So, the information appeared first, then the grids would pop into place a second later. Overall,
it took slightly more processing time to do it that way, but to the user, the perceived performance was improved.