When I optimized my application for IE8, I understood, that there is no magic for IE8... I did everything, that is possible. I think, there is no fix for that problem... IE8 is IE8...
Originally Posted by scottmartin
Some info and two columns for one day in month (total 31, fact and plan value for each day). It isn't so rare case
Originally Posted by vadimv
23k of records on an 80 column grid without any type of pagination/buffering that creates "laggy scrolling" is not a reasonable requirement. Especially when you are targeting multiple platforms. Requirements are easy to make, but it doesn't matter if it can't be implemented. You need to rethink how you are architecting the application. A user can only see and understand a tiny fraction of that amount of data. If you need to do calculations for it, do it serverside and send back what is relevant to the user.
18 Jul 2012, 10:55 AM
I am suspicious as to whether you truly need that much data on the client.
Why don't you count it on the server?
Last edited by el_chief; 18 Jul 2012 at 11:50 AM.
Reason: being nicer
18 Jul 2012, 11:21 AM
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