Tagged as: memory leaks

Debugging memory leaks in web applications using iframes

Many of our customers use popular third party javascript frameworks inside an iframe as a part of a larger application. Typically, each “sub-page” in this type of application is implemented in its own iframe that is part of the top HTML document. In most cases this works well, but in some cases it causes major memory leaks as iframes are added and removed repeatedly. We were recently asked to assist …

Finding Memory Leaks In Sencha applications

We recently received a bug report regarding memory leaks in our Touch Scheduler product. This was the first time we had heard of a memory issue so we decided to do a thorough investigation. Generally, debugging and finding JavaScript memory leaks can be very time consuming and tedious so it helps to know as many tricks as possible to debug efficiently. In this post I’ll share some of the techniques …