To make things easier for all of us to get specific metrics on how the
application is working, I've started incorporating some logging  into
the Angular codebase. Right now I'm only putting logging into the library
module so we can start looking at real figures to see, for example, when a
request was fired and when the response was returned to see exactly how
long the request took to process end-to-end.
The output is sent to the browser console, so you'll want to open that up
before the requests so you can see what's going on. It does have the
capability of sending those logs back to the server for storage, but I
think at this time that's a bit more than we want or need.
I'll keep this ticket open for a while and, as time passes, we'll put
logging into more of the frontend modules to get a more comprehensive idea
of how the app works.
Darryl L. Pierce <mcpierce@xxxxxxxxx>
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