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Internet explorer version 6, 7, 8 performance issue.  RSS feed

 
prashant shelke
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Hi All,

I am facing performance issues with internet explorer, following is scenario and performance numbers.

One more is strange thing here, when I request data through AJAX, IE is no more accessible. When all data comes on screen then only its become usable.

I have one JSP screen which is fetching data from server using DWR ajax. Following are the performance numbers with different types of browsers:

FireFox:=
1. Test 1: 44 sec
2. Test 2: 47 sec

IE 7.0:=
1. Test 1: 6 mins 44 sec
2. Test 2: 7 mins


Google Chrome:=
1. Test 1: 2 mins
2. Test 2: 1 min 30 sec

One observation is:
1. I am rendering HTML components dynamically after AJAX method brings data to client-side in bucket of 2K rows, using innerHTML.
2. AJAX method not takes time to generate data of bucket-size 2K( total 5 buckets if total data is of 10K) but time for rendering and coming back to java-side method is increasing exponentially.

Thanks in advance.
Prashant Shelke.
 
Joe Ess
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Javascript in IE browsers appears to be slower than other browsers (see here for one benchmark).
The real question is why are you trying to process thousands of rows of data? Who is going to read through all that?
 
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