The program eats up a lot of RAM. I have 24gb and my large app project will consume most of it. If you can turn on a RAM activity monitor you will be able to watch the apps RAM useage increase as you use it. I work for about 20 minutes, then close the app and start again. This clears out the RAM.
Maybe I have something set up incorrectly, or my project ( a travel guide) is too large (61 screens so far). Can a project be divided into different parts and merge them together later? I wonder if Native Studio uses RAM differently. I’m anxious to get it an experiment.
I just learned about that, but didn’t do anything. My site is perfect to break into sections: Hotels, Restaurants, Beach clubs, Attractions, tours, etc.T hank you for the input. I will work on this and let you know of the results.
Antti, I’ve been having crashes also, and I’m moving really slow. Example: Linking an image to a screen and adding a SLIDE FROM RIGHT transition takes about 49 seconds on a fresh restart of React Studio (when it is only using about 7gb of RAM). It can take well over a minute once the program has run for a while and using about 18gb. I took a video of a process where you can see the spinner and the computers Activity monitor if you’d like to see it. I should be fairly average on computer speed. I’m on a 3.2GHz iMac with 1GB video and 24GB of RAM.
I have 5 UI screen in project, it does not matter when I open to edit 1-3 sceen, but when I open screen 4 then do nothing, go back to map then open screen 5, it crash immediately. I check for many time, and it happen again and again.
Now that I have learned React Studio some, I am rebuilding my entire file from scratch, I have 43 screens and 37 components finished and I am running much faster. RAM usage is only at 9.27 after several hours. Very happy!