One component that is used, probably more often that it should, in Rich Internet Applications (RIAs) is the combobox. The reason it’s so frequent is because because the developers who write RIAs usually came from a background of writing HTML applications. You should use datacombobox instead. A bit of history: [...]
Entries Tagged as 'OpenLaszlo Performance Tips'
August 20th, 2008 · 3 Comments
July 18th, 2008 · 4 Comments
OpenLaszlo applications typically access numerous web services that respond with XML. That XML must be loaded over HTTP. Many developers overlook the effect that the format of the XML in those services can have on the performance of an application. Most XML guides suggest that an ideal XML format should look something like this: <contact> [...]
March 7th, 2008 · 5 Comments
Last week, I wrote about pausing animations in OpenLaszlo applications when they’re not visible, to improve runtime performance, and I promised to elaborate on what the other areas of performance tuning were. This is a good time to cover areas of optimization at a high-level. People sometimes mis-categorize performance problems with Rich Internet Applications (RIAs), [...]