Blog: 2017 March

Aurelia JS: Detect dirty checked properties during development

I am currently working on new single-page web application based on the Aurelia framework. To avoid performance problems, we want to completely avoid dirty checked properties and method calls. Bindings are dirty checked whenever the framework cannot use another mechanismn than regularly polling for changes. It is important to detect dirty checked properties as early as possible so that they can direcly be avoided and not too many depenencies have to be changed. I found a simple solution: Just intercept the dirty check subscription method and print the name of the dirty checked property name to the console. In your […] Read more...

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