Memory usage improvements in latest version ?

2 posts, 0 answers
  1. Barry
    Barry avatar
    90 posts
    Member since:
    May 2016

    Posted 30 Jul 2019 Link to this post

    Hi,

    We are using *Telerik_UI_for_WPF_2018_2_827_Dev_Hotfix* as out latest version of Telerik for WPF.

    (however, If there is a newer version please advise).

    My question is this: from a memory usage point of view, would it be an accurate statement to say that the efficiency of memory usage in your controls improves with each release ?

    I've been tasked with finding way to reduce the memory footprint of our app, which uses all Telerik for its UI.

    The RadGridView has been flagged as major concern, as our usage can involve 1,000 records loaded into a customers grid. Each record would have a view model behind it. I'll post a question specific to RadGridView over in its forum area, but I'll especially be looking for efficiencies where that control is concerned - like lazy-loading and things like that. Or settings to minimize memory for records that are not in view - etc.

    Thanks,

    Barry

  2. Martin Ivanov
    Admin
    Martin Ivanov avatar
    2444 posts

    Posted 31 Jul 2019 Link to this post

    Hello Barry,

    The latest official version is R2 2019 SP1 (2019.2.618).

    As for your question, with each release we strive to improve the product as much as possible. However, this doesn't necessarily mean that memory efficiency improvements are introduced. You can see every improvement and fix introduced with the release on the UI for WPF's Release History page. Note that some small fixes or collateral improvements that are not posted in the release history may appear. What I can suggest you is to test with the latest version and see if it is beneficial to use it with your project.

    Regards, Martin Ivanov
    Progress Telerik

    Get quickly onboarded and successful with your Telerik and/or Kendo UI products with the Virtual Classroom free technical training, available to all active customers. Learn More.
Back to Top