I've checked how often daypilot scheduler triggers angulars change detection. Results made me worried.
Change detection is executed ~3000 times per minute even when component is "idle"
Below two examples, both with not much data nor configuration. Second video is clean angular7 demo example taken from daypilot documentation:
Example within my app:
Example within daypilot angular demo app:
1) Are you guys aware of this? This does not look healthy to me.
2) Can you ensure that this will not cause performance issues when a lot of data will be bound to scheduler?