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Reg: Performance of loading jsp pages in IE8 & Mozilla firefox

sridevi karampudi
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JSP page is loading at a time in Mozilla firefox, but in IE8 page is loading parts wise & the time taking is 2 sec more in IE8 compared to Mozilla. Can anyone help me on this issue. Its urgent (Production Issue). Is there anyway to change settings of IE8 browser or Do I need to add coding .
William Brogden
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I suspect we are not talking about plain HTML pages here.

What all goes into one of your finished pages?

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steve souza
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You are going to need to monitor performance and see what is causing the problem. I suspect the problem is client side being as it only happens in IE8, so you should get a plugin that measures client side performance. Not sure if IE has one or not, but if it doesn't using any browser and looking at the numbers may give you insight. Performance tuning always starts with measuring.


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Do you use a lot of JavaScript? Poorly tuned JavaScript shows up differently in different browsers.


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kri shan
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I don't understand this statement.
Poorly tuned JavaScript shows up differently in different browsers.

I have same issue. I am using jsp, css, jQuery/JavaScript.
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kri shan wrote:Poorly tuned JavaScript shows up differently in different browsers.

I had a collegue use eval() instead of form[field]. (in a loop that was executed thousands of times). It was slow enough to be unusable. It was much slower in either IE or Firefox. I forgot which of the two was significantly worse.
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Hi , after reading all the above posts .
As FindBugs is avialable for Java code suggestions , is there anything aviable for JavaScript code suggestion ?? please advice , thanks .


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steve souza
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You are doing exactly what you shouldn't be doing...Guessing where your performance problem lies. You need to measure performance, and DETERMINE where the problem lies. All else is wasted time.
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Ravi Kiran Va wrote:Hi , after reading all the above posts .
As FindBugs is avialable for Java code suggestions , is there anything aviable for JavaScript code suggestion ?? please advice , thanks .

javascriptlint.com

However it isn't likely to tell you if you have a performance problem.
 
 
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