Improve performance for InstantSearch Android
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Mitigate the impact of a slow network on your application
You can mitigate the impact of slow network on your search experience by managing the user’s expectations. One way of letting them know that the network is suboptimal is by displaying a progress indicator, which avoids them being frustrated by the network delays and blaming your application for lack of responsiveness.
Loading widget to implement this pattern.
Optimize build size
Queries per second (QPS)
Every keystroke in InstantSearch using the
SearchBox counts as one operation.
Then, depending on the widgets you add to your search interface,
you may have more operations being counted on each keystroke.
For example, if you have a search interface with a
then every keystroke triggers one operation.
But as soon as a user refines the
it triggers a second operation on each keystroke.
A good rule to keep in mind is that most search interfaces using InstantSearch trigger one operation per keystroke. Then, every refined widget (clicked widget) adds one more operation to the total count.
In case you have issue with the QPS you can consider implement a debounced