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Feb 2016
James Willock
@ButchersBoy
Feb 23 2016 08:36
This is WPF...you have to account for the way the logical tree arranged, measured, drawn...it's never going to be as fast as some C++ application with some kind of "fixed" layout. Typically in MVVM the visual tree is going to be re-created as a new Window is created and the content bound to your view model...that's the way WPF works. However, I can say that I've got some pretty complex applications using it and runs well. It could well depend on what stuff you have in your application....for example, how long does your app take on start up? Are you running extra stuff on the UI thread when a Window/UserControl is created? How sync or async is your app?
...basically, what I'm saying is, what's running on your UI thread, that you can make async? cos' that's where you'll find performance gains.
okatip1
@okatip1
Feb 23 2016 10:10
Ok, how can i disable this feature?
James Willock
@ButchersBoy
Feb 23 2016 10:48
Which feature?? You need to understand your own code...when a user control or window loads...what are you doing? Querying a database? Hitting a service?
okatip1
@okatip1
Feb 23 2016 11:01
Dragging out a tab from the window feature
James Willock
@ButchersBoy
Feb 23 2016 11:19
I see...yes you can...1, remove the InterTabController, 2 use FixedItemCount
okatip1
@okatip1
Feb 23 2016 11:24
Thank you very much
Last question sir:)
James Willock
@ButchersBoy
Feb 23 2016 13:08
HeaderSuffixContent. Add an empty Grid with a Width set.