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Rendering/painting in IE8/IE9 is slow when compared to FireFox(21.0) and Chrome(Version 27.0.1453.11

 
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During GWT Table rendering, for each Table cell, we use the below API:

1. com.google.gwt.user.client.ui.Grid.getCellFormatter().setStyleName
2. com.google.gwt.user.client.ui.Grid.setWidget(row, column, new CATableEditableCell(this, row, column, data)) or setWidget(row, column, (Widget)o)
3. com.google.gwt.user.client.ui.Grid.setHTML(row, column, datalink);

Here are the Observations while using IE vs Fireforx:
1. It takes an average of 50-60 millis to format a cell in table where as in FF it is taking 0-5 millis
2. With this overall table painting is taking time when huge data is there/painted in the table

Is it a known phenomena or can IE be optimized further. If yes, can you please suggest any?

Thanks,
Naveen.
 
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Welcome to the Ranch
Consider using FlexTable or CellTable instead
 
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