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KAI.JAEGER.BLOG : JavaScript for people who are in a hurry
Memory leak patterns in JavaScript

Plugging memory leaks in JavaScript is easy enough when you know what causes them. In this article authors Kiran Sundar and Abhijeet Bhattacharya walk you through the basics of circular references in JavaScript and explain why they can cause problems in certain browsers, especially when combined with closures. After seeing some of the common memory leak patterns you should watch out for, you'll learn a variety of easy ways to work around them.
Memory Leaks in Javascript -> wie wo was warum erklärt dieser Artikel ganz nett
fingernails in oatmeal, Metaprogramming: Ruby vs. Javascript
Adequately Good - JavaScript Module Pattern: In-Depth
What is "this"? - How To Node
Most people that learn JavaScript are coming from a background in another language. This brings with it a view of how the world works that may be different from how it really works in JavaScript. For this and other reasons, JavaScript is often misunderstood. It's not entirely our fault, the language was designed to work like one thing (scheme-like), but look like another (c-like). This article will describe lexical scope and the "this" variable and how to control them rather than be controlled by them when in coding JavaScript.
Everything you ever wanted to know about scopes in Javascript. Closures are key.
Cocoa for Scientists (Part XXVII): Getting Closure with Objective-C | MacResearch
Programming using blocks in Objective-C 2.0.
Scientists (Part XXVII): Getting Closure with
What ! I didn't Grand Central Dispatch (GCD) in OS X Snow Leopard would go as far as basically strapping closure on top of C / Obj-C holy crap !