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DPS 2015: Articles load really slow

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25-06-2015

We have migrated some collections to DPS 2015. One of the things we notice is how slow the new viewer opens every article.

In the current viewer, you can browse trough the whole edition (30-50 articles) really fast just a short time after the initial download has started.

In the new viewer, every article takes time downloading, giving the reader the feeling he is in a really slow app. And the limitation of only downloading the next four articles isn't really helping.

An ordinary edition of 30-50 articles is usually between 20 and 40 megabytes, so download time itself should not be the problem.

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Yes the performance works fine in safari (as well as expected), as does it in DPS classic. The last two editions of WIRED UK for both tablet and phone are HTML, https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/wired-magazine-uk/id400701660?mt=8I can share them with you if you want.

I have an idea that the custom Nav (that currently does not work in the publish environment) is causing an issue leading to excess render time (not loading time). I am planning to make a new version of the app that does not have this feature to see what impact that has on the speed. I cannot do that until Monday however when I am back in the office with my developers.

Because these are migrated folios and not folios created with the new set of API's for Publish then I know they may not be optimised as well as they can be. However for various reasons (namely cost and time) we are unable to integrate our CMS with new workflow for at least six months. The publishing plan for now is to continue to Publish via DPS classic and then migrate those folios into the new environment (does that make sense?).

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Liam