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  • Blama
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    Hi nayyer,

    also see my threads on Isomorphic's advice.

    Best regards,
    Blama

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  • Isomorphic
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    We don't recommend using GWT code splitting for precisely the reasons you mentioned.

    To improve initial load time by a much, much large factor than is possible by GWT code splitting, just follow the advice in the docs.

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  • nayyer.kamran
    started a topic Managing large application/code splitting

    Managing large application/code splitting

    Hi,
    <gwtVersion>2.5.1</gwtVersion>
    <smartGwtVersion>4.0p-2013-12-23</smartGwtVersion>

    We are working on a project with very large code base, about 60 odd independent tabs with all sorts of controls and complex forms. To minimize the loading time we used the GWT code splitting and lazy loading modules. This improves initial load time and user experience but it does not help the developer with running in hosted mode and code manageability. This has now become extremely slow, which is a huge drain on developer's productivity.

    Is there a preferred approach for SmartGWT to re-factor a large applications into smaller ones. For example having multiple wars or multiple entry points.

    Thanks,
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