Web Release Notes: November 12, 2019
Listen. We like big budgets and we cannot lie. When you’ve been budgeting with YNAB for awhile and you’re giving dollars jobs, your budget grows. This is a great thing for you and for us. But when budgets start getting really, really big, it can pose a little bit of a problem for programmers to wrangle. Don’t get me wrong. Programmers love wranglin’ and they especially love wranglin’ problems. And this is what our programmers have been up to: wranglin’ big budget problems…and specifically, making bigger budgets faster. In today’s release:
- We changed how we recompute transaction rows when a user clicks to edit a transaction. We now only change the row that’s being edited currently, which should greatly reduce lag on larger budgets. Ya’ been wrangled, editing transaction lag!
- Our Code Sheriff™ got into the code and optimized how we handle array sorting in some cases and the changes we made showed a 30% improvement in time-to-load (15.5 seconds to 11 seconds) in one of our benchmark tests. This is a notable increase in speed. Hey, array sorting, ya’ been wrangled!
- We also fixed a little whoopsy from our last code deployment where logging out from the Accounts screen wasn’t working properly. It might have been our mistake, but either way: WRANGLED!!!!…and yee haw!