Memory Allocation in JavaScript — Eager vs Lazy Allocation Approach

Posted by José Silva on 19-Apr-2018 13:19:53

Memory allocation is the process of reserving complete or partial space (physically or virtual) on the computer to execute an application. The management of memory on a program if not handled in the right way can make the application slow or even stop working, and one of the reasons for that to happen is known in computer science as Memory Leak.

Memory leak occurs when the application allocates spaces in memory and does not releases it after it is used, then the application ends up running out of memory and crashing.

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Topics: software development, javascript, programming, computer science, web development

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