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Improve performances during dirty paths normalization #2959

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commented Aug 6, 2019

Is this adding or improving a feature or fixing a bug?

Improving a feature

What's the new behavior?

Before Screen Shot 2019-08-06 at 11 52 22
After Screen Shot 2019-08-06 at 11 57 33

How does this change work?

While debugging a slow insertFragment operation, I realized Slate is spending a lot of time normalizing dirty paths and creates A LOT of intermediary arrays that are later garbage collected. Simply changing the .concat() by a .push() and actually mutate the memo instead of copying it, gives us a huge performance improvements when dealing with big chunk of operations.

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  • The new code matches the existing patterns and styles.
  • The tests pass with yarn test.
  • The linter passes with yarn lint. (Fix errors with yarn prettier.)
  • The relevant examples still work. (Run examples with yarn watch.)

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Does this fix any issues or need any specific reviewers?

Fixes: #
Reviewers: @ianstormtaylor

@Calyhre Calyhre force-pushed the Calyhre:fix/applyoperation-perfs branch from 890eea5 to 0ef64d2 Aug 6, 2019


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commented Aug 8, 2019

We have a similar PR open here: #2559.

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