Saving custom components in developer console (or other dev tools) in some orgs is very slow.
Last updated 12 days ago ·Reference W-7211509 ·Reported By 0 users
With the release of Spring 20,
Customers may experience slowness in saving custom components when using the developer console or other dev tools such as the sfdx cli.
The slowdown on a save to custom components occurs in orgs that have very specific Community/Sites settings enabled.
A validation check is performed on save for a certain interface in relation to CSP, this can then lead to the behavior outlined.
1) Open Developer Console
2) Create a new lightning component
3) Save the component
~In some cases it will take upwards of 7+ mins to save the component
Current workaround is to contact Salesforce support.
A background permission can be disabled in order to remove some of the impact of this.
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