[webkit-help] Javascript objects caching

Yanov, Andrey AYanov at luxoft.com
Wed Mar 7 06:33:35 PST 2012

Are JavaScript objects cached in some way ?
For example, an HTML5 audio object is created via JavaScript, so that JS wrapper object holds the ptr to HTMLAudioElement object.
Is it possible that such a JS wrapper object survives page destruction ?

Who can guide me though the whole JS world functionality ?

Would be grateful for any info here )


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