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lrtcoolman Absent Member.
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AcuToWeb ~ Performance in Web Browser

Good day everyone, AcuToWeb technology is awesome! It could just setup and deploy directly with a connection gateway will point to the alias which defined at server side without any code change. The problem comes when the performance across network LAN, MAN and WAN with different type of devices, preferences as well as security. Any recommendation and suggestion for the performance boosting where the architecture setup in LAN. The describe architecture as below:

Server A [ AcuCobol-GT, AcuConnect ... data & programs ]; Server B [AcuToWeb ]

Client A [ desktop ]; Client B [ smartphone ]

All the Servers & Clients is setup in LAN running Class C network route, 128.150.69.254/24 

I had setup and run AcuToWeb correctly with the active alias but experience long time loading up the program using a HTML5 supported browser, tested with Chrome and Firefox for both clients. The programs is display and functioning correctly but the time when loading up sub-routine, recursion of programs seem slow and the browser working in mobile is kinda hard to control, the programs with recursion [calling program B from A then, B to C .. etc] will jump and pop out somewhere far at the screen and not auto correct to focus on the called program.

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Micro Focus Expert
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RE: AcuToWeb ~ Performance in Web Browser

I would think that if you are targetting apps that will be used on a smartphone, that you will need to adjust your current "desktop" type of application, to a more simple interface, maybe provides less functions, but the functions your customer is looking for. In the desktop you can use Alt tab to go from one User Interface to another. As AcuToWeb is within the browser (alt tab is captured by the browser) so shift tab allows you to go from Window to Window that are executing by AcuToWeb in your browser.
lrtcoolman Absent Member.
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RE: AcuToWeb ~ Performance in Web Browser

Good day Shjerpe, the application I had test run on the mobile browser, it's very slow compared with running in laptop browser. Btw, it's taking about 30 - 50 seconds to connected to declared alias for external connection and about 10 - 30 seconds to connect via internal connection.

Anyway to speed up the loading?
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Micro Focus Expert
Micro Focus Expert

RE: AcuToWeb ~ Performance in Web Browser

Would you be willing to contact Customer Care and submit your application so that we could look into why it might be loading slowly?
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