Scheduler component takes time to toggle view

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Re: Scheduler component takes time to toggle view

Post by nagasain » Wed Jun 19, 2019 9:32 am

Currently I am using scheduler for Extjs, how is Bryntum scheduler different from Scheduler for Extjs in terms of features apart from usage of Extjs? Will there be any performance improvement if we switch from Extjs scheduler to bryntum scheduler?
Is there any kind of guideline on how to use Extjs scheduler

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Re: Scheduler component takes time to toggle view

Post by nagasain » Wed Jun 19, 2019 9:49 am

That's the profiling I did on my application, it is taking ~20secs to load the data where the data from server took around 2-3 secs to get the data.
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Re: Scheduler component takes time to toggle view

Post by pmiklashevich » Wed Jun 19, 2019 6:22 pm

Please ask one question per thread.
That's the profiling I did on my application, it is taking ~20secs to load the data where the data from server took around 2-3 secs to get the data.
Please provide a full runnable testcase always, so we can debug it on our side. How to ask for help is described here: viewtopic.php?f=35&t=772
Is there any kind of guideline on how to use Extjs scheduler
Please see getting started guide: https://www.bryntum.com/docs/scheduler-for-extjs/#!/guide/scheduler_getting_started
Currently I am using scheduler for Extjs, how is Bryntum scheduler different from Scheduler for Extjs in terms of features apart from usage of Extjs?
Please see the diff here: https://www.bryntum.com/products/scheduler/compare/
Will there be any performance improvement if we switch from Extjs scheduler to bryntum scheduler?
Yes, our new scheduler is much faster and constantly developing. You can try it out for free, just download a new trial from the Bryntum website.

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