thank you for your help. The link is:
Are you sure, that the automatic compilation is causing the reason?
My non-professional view is:
Thunkable X compiler triggers on every change.
So if I make 10 changes per second, it triggers 10 times per second.
In larger projects (>400 blocks) the compilation takes maybe 500-1000 milliseconds.
That leads to a system, which is nearly always computing!!!
Wouldn’t it be a simple solution to turn off automatic compilation for larger projects and let the user trigger the compilation by using a special button or hotkey combination?
You would just need a graphical switch, a boolean variable and a if-then-else block in your compilation trigger section - as easy as this it would be, if your platform would be made with thunkable
thanks for effort in advance,
UPDATE: I just tested it. Every compilation needs 13 seconds -> so the automatic compilation trigger is actually useless. -> please let us switch it off and let us trigger compilation manually