The home “Browse” screen is taking a very long time to load (even in edit mode). Also having a hard time using the back functionality. I have lots of images, but am below the quota and it hasn’t been a problem in the past. If anything I recently removed quite a bit of content/functionality from the app.
It is very slow to me as well- I have been waiting over 2 minutes for the browse to load and still nothing… I am not able to click on any of tabs either… it finally loaded while i was doing something else… the trending tab operates normally, but when i switch back to the browse tab, it hangs up. Something in there is taking way too long to download to the client- maybe you have too many images being loaded before the tab will display- some form of lazy loading would probably help.
@Christina_Grammenos One thing I see in your app is that you’re using old-style relations (the ones you write in the spreadsheet) versus the ones in the Data Editor. Those old-style relations are very slow. I’m not sure that’s the main, or the only reason, for your app’s slowness, but it seems like it it’s at least significantly contributing.
@Mark, I think it’s the row count, I use only Glide relations and after 10k rows it slows down significantly, at around 14k rows updating the app via refresh takes 3 to 4 minutes, and you can forget about viewing the app as someone else logged in, that takes about 4 minutes for it to give you the ability to scroll.
@Rosewebstudio thanks for the reply. I do sort of need those rows…I’m creating a “Spotify-like” app for fashion. Putting up all the archives of a few brands and letting users mine the library & gather demand for the pieces they most want remade. Glide has been amazing for MVP purposes & in it’s simplicity so I’d love to stick with it if possible.
All the rows = specific images of looks from a few thousand collections. Similar to songs in an album.