Is there a way to find out how much memory is being used by a web page, or by my jquery application?   Here's my situation:  I'm building a data heavy webapp using a jquery frontend and a restful backend that serves data in JSON.  The page...
I know that Javascript has a garbage collector. Therefor, using delete remove only a reference to the object, and when there is no more reference to this object, it is deleted by the GC.  Javascript is tricky, with the closures, the fuzzy name space...
I recently got into javascript, and my html coding skills are somewhat lacking. That being said, I've run into a few funny things that you can find in javascript. Because of the close use of javascript and html I'm afraid I've created a m...
This is part of code to proceed big number of entries ( originally its works with file system and make some operations with files) .  Is there any nice way to bypass the limitation and prevent throwing of RangeError: Maximum call stack size exceeded...
Overview  I've done some reading on JavaScript memory management in the past, and am aware of the issue with circular DOM references, etc.  However I'm still a little bit uncomfortable as this translates to a server-side JavaScript environmen...
Suppose I have some asm.js code, probably created by emscripten. Suppose it has some kind of rather large heap allocated structure, which gets returned by a asm.js function as a pointer that is picked up by some JavaScript library to be wrapped in a...
I am working on an application that is creating and removing a lot of DOMs. I've notice that the process memory from the browser tab continuously increases, despite the javascript heap memory remaining constant. In a test application I create and...
I'm a novice to this kind of javascript, so I'll give a brief explanation:  I have a web scraper built in Nodejs that gathers (quite a bit of) data, processes it with Cheerio (basically jQuery for Node) creates an object then uploads it to mo...
If you look at the beginning of the Node.js documentation for domains it states:     By the very nature of how throw works in JavaScript, there is almost never any way to safely "pick up where you left off", without leaking references, or cre...
I've build a learning management system app in react native android.I'm using AsyncStorage for simple state management and not used redux at all.The issue I'm facing now is if I'm going to use the app continuously by performing differ...

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