Cross browser compatibility can simply be summed up as a war between testers and developers versus the world wide web. Sometimes I feel that to achieve browser compatibility, you may need to sell your soul
Introduction To understand the memory leakage issue, we must first understand how memory is allocated and recycled in a typical web browser operation. You don’t even have to imagine, just look around. The renting and subletting is similar to memory allocation.
Errors occur where you least expect them, JS developers face this nemesis on a daily basis. There are 2 ways to get these wonderful error messages: 1) Non-Terminating Recursive functions Browser allocates memory to all data types. Sometimes calling a recursive function over and