How To - Lazy load
Stable Version v1.1 (OutSystems 8)
Published on 15 July 2014 by 
Created on 17 January 2014
What’s new (v1.1)
  • Webblock LazyLoad is no longer showing annowying inline "loading..." messages
  • New sample page to show how to control the sequence of contents to be loaded
Learn how to handle heavy computation screens by quickly rendering the main content structure, while sub-content is progressively loaded
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On the LazyLoad eSpace you can find the LazyLoad webblock and a sample usage in screen FasterPage.

There are three screens in this eSpace: SlowerPage, FasterPage and SpecificSquence.

  • FasterPage is a transformation of SlowerPage, using the LazyLoad webblock to declare portions that may be loaded separatelly.
  • SpecificSequence uses a different lazy load strategy. based on RichWidget LateLoad Webblock, to control the order in which contents are loaded

Try all three screens and see the differences by yourself

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