Async loading of UI5 framework ? #16

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js1972 opened this Issue Jan 6, 2014 · 3 comments

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js1972 commented Jan 6, 2014

Check out this on jsbin:
http://jsbin.com/IGUhOfu/2/edit

Interesting... could possibly add similar to the generator as an option. Always better to show a spinner (or something) instead of blank when loading the libraries - which are pretty slow - especially from openui5.hana.ondemand.com.

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saschakiefer commented Jan 6, 2014

Hmm, interesting approach.
I'm not sure abozt any side effects, though. Two out of my 5 tests (open the link) in Firefox failed. Is there any "productive" experience with that?

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js1972 commented Jan 6, 2014

Really. Worked fine in chrome.  I'll have a look with Firefox. Shouldn't be any side effects. It's basically just calling the ui5 framework from an intermediary javascript. Anyway hopefully your colleagues there are working on ways to speed it all up.  ;-)

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Hmm, interesting approach.

I'm not sure abozt any side effects, though. Two out of my 5 tests (open the link) in Firefox failed. Is there any "productive" experience with that?

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js1972 commented Feb 26, 2014

I think I'll close this one for now... We need more detail from the UI5 team once they properly publish on github about their build process.
In the meantime a developer can still a achieve psuedo async loading by only loading their views "ondemand" instead of all at application startup.

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