Optimizing AngularJS performance with events · Máximo Mussini

  • We have less expressions being watched, which makes the digest loop faster, increases the responsiveness of the app, and allows more information to be displayed at the same time.
  • Angular will remove a one-time expression from the watch list once it has been resolved , unlike normal expressions which are evaluated on every digest cycle.
  • It’s a waste to evaluate them on every digest cycle, but we can’t just use one-time expressions since the value might eventually change.

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In this post we take a look at effective ways to reduce the amount of watchers in our _AngularJS_ application and improve the performance of our app.


Optimizing AngularJS performance with events · Máximo Mussini

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