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    Help with application performance problems


    Hello coders
    I want to know what will be the main features we have to use to increase application performance. Specially for data updations. There are many available but I want to know the best one.

    Any help.
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    Increase application performanc


    Avoid adding data to a binding list with more than 10 000 items when the grid is sorted. Stop sorting to improve performance. However, if you need to add large amounts of data in real-time to the beginning of the grid, it's better to use the following:

    grid.Sort.Enabled = false;
    grid.DataSource = _datasource_;

    //Add a single object to the beginning of the grid
    grid.Nodes.Insert(0, _new_object_);

    //Add a single object to the beginning of the binding list
    IBindingList bl = ...;
    bl.Insert(0, _new_object_);
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