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mcolbert
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Components Really Slow

I have an app with two components, one for a common screen header and another with a commione screen footer. Switching between screens and components takes about nearly 30 secs. Anyone else experience this? Any workarounds?

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Super User
Super User

Re: Components Really Slow

I don't use a lot of screens. I find it to be faster and more efficient to show and hide all my data I can on one screen. I have some pretty complicated apps and my typical app is about 3 or 4 screens. 

 

Try using UpdateContext({}) to show/hide stuff more and see if you like that any better. I think it is faster and more reliable. But...everybody has their own style and way of doing things.

mcolbert
Level 8

Re: Components Really Slow

@rebeccas 
Sorry, let me clarify.. while in the design surface and switching between screens  and components as shown below. That;s where the delay happens, not when previewing the app.

PowerAppsDesignSurface.png

 

Thanks!

Super User
Super User

Re: Components Really Slow

Ahh...I had an app I was working on get hung up earlier today. Not sure what that was about. Usually when I have performance issues in edit mode the next time I open PowerApps there has been a change or "Update"..lol. 

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