Extremely slow performance building an interface

Hello everyone,

All of my interfaces start to suffer after ~1,000 - 1,500 lines of code or more. By 'suffer' I mean... It becomes extremely unbearable to design an interface in either 'design mode' or 'expression mode.' When I click on a component, or try to go from 'design' to 'expression' modes, saving, checking performance - basically every imaginable action I try to perform is delayed by 10+ seconds. I don't think this is a client side issue. I have 2 other teammates on my team facing similar issues and we all have good internet, using Chrome, etc.

When clicking and waiting 10-15seconds for the 'performance' screen to load, it does show that the interface is decent performing, but when designing it... it is abysmal. 

Here is copy/paste of all the components on my interface:

FunctionSortable column, activate to sort ascending
CountSortable column, activate to sort ascending
Total Time (ms)Sortable column, sorted descending, activate to sort ascending
PercentSortable column, activate to sort ascending
Minimum Time (ms)Sortable column, activate to sort ascending
Maximum Time (ms)Sortable column, activate to sort ascending

a!sidebysidelayout

18

52

38.95%

2

5

a!textfield

27

13

9.74%

< 1

1

a!dropdownField

9

12

8.81%

1

5

a!columnslayout

45

9

6.67%

< 1

1

a!columnlayout

24

5

3.43%

< 1

< 1

a!buttonwidget

5

4

2.66%

1

1

a!sidebysideitem

39

3

2.36%

< 1

< 1

a!sectionLayout

2

3

2.12%

1

1

a!richTextItem

2

3

1.86%

1

1

a!checkboxfield

3

2

1.20%

< 1

1

a!ispagewidth

9

2

1.17%

< 1

< 1

a!richtextdisplayfield

3

1

0.64%

< 1

< 1

a!buttonarraylayout

4

1

0.59%

< 1

< 1

a!dynamiclink

2

< 1

0.31%

< 1

< 1

a!linkfield

2

< 1

0.08%

< 1

< 1

fn!if

13

< 1

0.02%

< 1

< 1

fn!not

3

< 1

0.02%

< 1

< 1

fn!choose

1

< 1

0.01%

< 1

< 1

Shows 135 ms performance, but I'm literally incapable of designing it any further do to GUI lag/performance issues in design/expression mode.

What am I doing wrong?

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