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08-27-2011 05:54 AM
Hi developer friends,
I am new in blackberry development world. and i have a task to developed application in the blackberry widget.
Is their any way to do the process faster. And run all html pages within a 3 to 5 second.
Please help me for this.
09-01-2011 09:00 AM
It depends. There may be opportunities for improvement, however you need to identify what is happening during the 10-20 second duration of time where your app is loading data from the server. It could be that the bulk of this time is waiting for data to be transfered, however you may discover that a large amount of time is involved in what the application is doing with the data after it has downloaded it (processing, storage, page rendering).
Highly recommend using Web Inspector to profile your application and see where some of the bottlenecks may be.
09-01-2011 10:57 AM
If you are loading remote content into your application it will also download faster if you place TCP_CELLULAR at the top of your connections element in the config.xml.
This does have some side-effects like not being able to connect to content on your local LAN that is being exposed by a connection to your BES (BlackBerry Enterprise Server).