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See this: ClusterizeJS This plugin makes it possible to scroll a huge number of items while keeping DOM lean and small. It removes out of the view items and replaces them with dummy elements that are dynamically resized so scroll positioning is retained as expected. Facebook doesn't do it this way though, but I suppose this is the best way to have good ...


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How about option 3. Put the CVCalendarView on the VC's view, and a UITableView under the CVCalendarView. When the user taps a day, reload the table view with the new data. Since the calendar view is not in the table view, it will not need to be reloaded. When the user scrolls through the events of the day, the calendar will stay put. That's how I would do ...


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Like Charles E Grant mentions - there's a lot of hardware on a phone that your average PC doesn't have. However, even if we discount all that - the system architecture of a smartphone is very different to that of an IBM compatible PC. Different processors mean different instruction sets. There's also the issues of the very low power available to phone ...


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Think of all the hardware a phone has that a typical PC doesn't have! Cellular radio, accelerometers, GPS, touch screen, and a tiny battery with very limited power. Even if you don't use any of that hardware, you are writing your software for a GUI that is optimized for touch devices with a small screen. Microsoft tried to push having a similar GUI on phone ...


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The easiest way to find out is to disable the User-Agent customization and see if the problem goes away :) . In general, User-Agent is not guaranteed to be what you set. For example, a corporate firewall might use deep packet inspection to rewrite User-Agent and reduce browser entropy. Philosophically, I think modifying User-Agent to include additional ...



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