• .NET

    Understanding .NET Garbage Collection

    Learn more about memory management and the inner workings of .NET Garbage Collection.
  • Testing & ALM Mobile

    Memory Snapshot Enhancements in JustTrace Q1 2013

    Learn more about how we enhanced the JustTrace memory snapshots to provide you with more data to discover the cause of a memory leak.
  • .NET

    4 Steps to Profile Your Apps

    JustTrace makes profiling your application easy. Just follow these four steps and you will soon be on your way to identifying and removing memory leaks and performance issues. Keep in mind, profiling is best done regularly so you can detect unusual behavior early and avoid problems before they manifest. Follow these four steps to profile your applications with JustTrace: Assess, Acquire, Analyze, and Act.  Step 1: Assess Determine what kind of issue you have. Is your application’s memory continuously growing while running? You have a memory leak. Do some parts of your application take too long to run? You have a performance...
    October 11, 2012
  • .NET

    Telerik RadControls for Silverlight/WPF Q2 2010 Service Pack 2

    Q2 2010 SP2 release focuses on "memory leaks" fixes. We are proud to announce that we managed to address most of the known issues, including the ones in our online demos.  For full details please check the Release Notes (Silverlight | WPF). To download the latest files log into your account and go to the Downloads section: RadControls for Silverlight RadControls for WPF  The updated online demos are available at: Silverlight | WPF demos. Some more details about the solution we implemented to address the known memory leak problems can be found in Vassil Terziev's blog post about  Silverlight 4 memory leaks, Telerik controls and a solution. We will greatly appreciate your feedback...
    September 28, 2010
  • Company News

    Silverlight 4 memory leaks, Telerik controls and a solution

    As most of the people doing XAML development already know Silverlight 4 shipped at Mix 10 this year. This official release contained a lot of issues (memory leaks included) and it was a reasonable decision for Microsoft to postpone their GDR (general distribution release – the one that comes with Windows Update) version. A few weeks ago, Microsoft finally shipped the GDR. One of the things all developers hoped for was a resolution to the known memory leaks. The GDR did fix a lot of memory leaks, however, it did not address all of them and there are still some...
    September 27, 2010