Lazy Loading is Faster Loading – Find out How.

If an application takes a long time to load, it can leave a bad impression on users. Image heavy applications can take a long time to load when the app is first opened. This is because the client’s browser or device makes a separate callback to the server to load each image – even if the image is not visible! Instead of loading every image when the app is first loaded, an approach called “lazy loading” can be used to delay downloading images from the server until they are visible.

Lazy loading can drastically improve the initial load of an application that contains a lot of images, improving every user’s first experience with your application. Alpha Anywhere’s new Lazy Image Loading genie adds lazy loading for images in Lists, dramatically improving load times for apps that display a large number of images in List controls. How does it work? We’ll show you:

To learn more about how Lazy Image Loading can improve your application’s performance, click here.