This morning i got lot of emails from our end users about account form takes long time to load. When i looked at the scripts and other customizations everything looked fine and it should load really fast but not.
To fix this I was searching to find a way to analyze the performance of the form using either IE developer tool or any other tool. To my luck i found very interesting post from Gareth Tucker
All the credits for this post goes to Gareth Tucker , i’m just coping his content for my review
feature in CRM 2013 that I hadn’t heard of before: CTRL+SHIFT+Q
Log into CRM and hit CTRL+SHIFT+Q to reveal the Performance Center:
It won’t look very exciting initially as you need to Enable it:
Do that, and then click the Close button.
Next, navigate to a CRM form whose performance you wish to analyze. Load the form and then click CTRL+SHIFT+Q to see the results:
A variety of form load milestones are captured for you.
Optionally, click the Select Major button and you will get the details provide in Text format:
Form Load Start (-> 0 ms)
Read-Ready (-> 595 ms)
Initialize Controls – ViewportInlineEditControlInitializer (-> 1297 ms)
Initialize Controls – NonViewportFormBodyInlineEditInitializer (-> 1345 ms)
Initialize Controls – DeferredQuickFormInlineEditInitializer (-> 1497 ms)
Form Full Controls Init (-> 1749 ms)
A pretty nifty feature. I’m somewhat surprised I hadn’t heard of it before. But a quick Google search didn’t return much mention of this. Hopefully this helps spread the word.