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SPA and memory management

 
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We had developed an SPA application using DOJO, and one of the night mares that we ran into was the memory leaks that it produced in browser. SPA was to display the details corresponding to a single user soon users started to open multiple windows of the same application as it allowed them to simultaneously work with data of multiple users.

In Java world we have 'n' number of best practices on how to avoid memory leaks, and it forms one of the checklists for code review.

So my question is what would be the check list that we need to maintain when we start developing an SPA application?

 
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Here's a nice article on memory leaks. For the most part they're browser specific issues, how much attention you pay to particular problems will depend on what browsers your users have.
 
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