This is a must-read for all SharePoint Developers who use Angular.
Originally posted on Small Improvements:
AnglarJS is great! But when dealing with large lists containing complex data structure, things can get very slow! We ran into that problem when migrating our core admin screens to AngularJS. The screens were supposed to work smoothly when displaying some 500 rows. But the first approach took up to 7 seconds to rende. Terrible!
We discovered two main performance issues for our implementation. One is related to the ng-repeat directive, the other was related to the filtering.
The following article summarizes our experiences with different approaches to solve or mitigate the performance problem. It will give you ideas and hints, what you can try out yourself and what is maybe not be worth a try.
Why is ng-repeat in AngularJS slow with large lists?
The ng-repeat directive of AngularJS is getting slow above 2500 two-way data bindings. You can read more about this in a post by Misko Hevery…
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