Performance: pre-instantiate activities on app launch? Good practice or not?

by matthias » Wed, 01 Apr 2009 15:52:21 GMT


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 Thanks for your reply Dianne.

As to profiling, I looked at traceview, but seems to be a bit overly
simplistic to actually profile a whole app. What I understand from the
documentation, what it actually does is measuring the time it takes
for a single method to complete. That's not a terribly useful
information if you want to see the big picture, however (i.e. get
answers to questions such as: how much time does the app spend in
which parts of the code base?).

Are there any plans to make traceview a tad more capable? That would
be great news!

Cheers,
Matthias
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