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Chrome update slowed Ajax/Angular Network rendering and loading (1)

I'm not sure if this is still an issue, but I know that Google has continued to ramp up security measures with Chrome. This is especially true with HTTPS and I believe Google is pushing for everything to move to HTTPS. Certificates that are not clean (several criteria for this) present problems and may be requiring extra measures to process. I believe there is an add-on (or built-in) for Chrome dev tools that can break out the TLS processing to show you more detail.

About two weeks ago, a Chrome update crippled users of my angular app. I load a lot of data but the entire single page application loaded in < 4 seconds but every single user went to > 40 seconds after updating Chrome 2 weeks ago. I did not experience the problem, but when I upgraded Chrome to 64.0.3282.167 from 63.0.3239.132, the problem also began for me.

Somewhere between Chrome 63.0.3239.132 and 64.0.3282.167, there was a change that basically slowed my Angular app to a crawl. It affects loading and rendering across the board and made the entire app almost unusable. I've been looking for the issue for a few days with no joy.

Does anyone have any insight or recommendation on what could cause such a performance degradation?

Here is a screenshot of my network tab. All of this used to be very fast before the Chrome update and now it just crawls.

If I set:

httpProvider.useApplyAsync(true), it alleviates the problem but my application is huge and this causes a lot of erratic behavior in a 5 year old application.





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