- Too many interactions with host – Any interaction with the host entity, or the user’s device, results in unpredictability and leads to the performance lag.
- Poor event handling – Proper usage of event handlers can increase efficiency by growing the size of the request stack; but, without the knowledge, they will execute constantly if you don’t keep track of these. Using them carefully and sparingly.
- Unorganized code – Lack of structure in your code will contribute to poor resource allocation.
- Keep the codes light and small – To maintain the mobile app’s high efficiency, you must keep the code as light and compact as possible. Holding codes tiny and light will lower latency and improve efficiency.