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  • How to Improve Page Load Times in Omnis Studio Web Applications?

    Posted by smith loo on June 15, 2024 at 3:31 am

    Hi everyone,

    I’ve been working on a web application using Omnis Studio, and I’m facing some issues with page load times. Despite optimizing my code and reducing image sizes, the performance is still not up to the mark. Specifically, I’m encountering slow load times when users navigate between different pages of the application.

    Has anyone else experienced similar issues? What strategies or techniques have you found effective in improving page load times in Omnis Studio web applications? Are there specific settings or configurations within Omnis Studio that can help enhance performance?

    I appreciate any insights or suggestions you can share!

    Thanks in advance!

    Andreas Pfeiffer replied 1 month ago 3 Members · 4 Replies
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  • smith loo

    Member
    June 15, 2024 at 3:54 am

    I’ve been reading about various optimization techniques on this website https://www.qualitybacklink.net/15-clever-tips-to-speed-up-website-loading/, but I’d love to hear from the community about what has worked for you

    • This reply was modified 1 month ago by  smith loo.
  • Mats Olsson

    Member
    June 15, 2024 at 5:35 am

    “What strategies or techniques have you found effective in improving page load times in Omnis Studio web applications?”

    I am exploring SPA right now. Which means that you only redraw parts of the page when you need.

    And putting Cloudflare in front of your app may cache your pages better.

    FWIW…

  • smith loo

    Member
    June 15, 2024 at 5:39 am

    Thanks for the prompt response!

    Currently, I’m exploring Single Page Applications (SPA) to improve page load times. The SPA approach allows for only redrawing parts of the page as needed, which can significantly reduce the load times when users navigate between different sections of the application. By minimizing the amount of data transferred and processed for each page transition, SPAs can enhance the user experience with faster and smoother interactions.

    Additionally, I’ve been considering using Cloudflare in front of the application. Cloudflare can help by caching static assets more effectively, reducing server load, and accelerating page delivery. Their CDN (Content Delivery Network) also ensures that content is delivered from servers closest to the end-users, further improving load times.

    Have you or anyone else in the community implemented these strategies with Omnis Studio web applications? I’d be interested to hear about any experiences or additional recommendations!

  • Andreas Pfeiffer

    Administrator
    June 17, 2024 at 10:23 am

    Hi Smith loo,

    When using Omnis remote forms we already take care with the controls that only those data will be loaded that are shown on the page. For example the data grid control only shows the data that are visible plus a few lines when the user start scrolling and is dynamically loading the next data to be shown.

    Also when you use subforms to switch between different remote forms it will only load the subform part. You can also cache the subform.

    So it should not be slow at all using the Omnis Studio remote form technology.

    Best,

    Andreas

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