We hade a huge performance problem with startup time of our CSHTML5 app:
We would like to know that it is a bug or an expected "performance" ?
Let's see the numbers -see the attched CSHTML5 Timer Fired JSIL Browser.js 15.41sec.jpg:
-The whole test page cold startup time takes approx. 19 sec.
-the main performance bottle neck is a Scripting time: 18.6 sec.
-within that it takes 15.41 sec the Timer Fired , JSIL.Browser.js !!
So, it some part what we do not understand:
-the number of DOM elements is high (based on Simulator): 2343 !! (which is strange as the whole XAML is no more than 700 (short) lines !): how it is possible ?
-is this normal, that JSIL.Browser.js takes more than 15 secundums with scripting ?
-what is the exact meaning of JSIL.Browser.js ?
Is there any way : tips or tricks to speed up the start up time of a relative simple CSHTML5 app ?
(apart to set ScrollViewer to Visible as we did: I mean we never us Auto)
Is there any better performance profiler tool (better than Chrome build in by F12) what you can advise to pinpoint the bottleneck in more details ?
Really waiting for your kind help,
Thanks in advance,
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