We've been investigating some performance issues on pages using a 3rd party addon (ember-light-table), using the "Performance" tools in Chrome Dev Tools.
What we noticed is that the JS Heap, Nodes, and Listeners keep climbing and never comes down as one move between pages.
I thought this might be a problem with the component, but since my Ember experience is still a bit limited, I went and easier route and created a few routes that simply get the data and then render in the view a normal table with the data (goes without saying, very fast)
However, I noticed the heap/nodes/listeners still climb and never come down, albeit not as many of each as with the component (probably because it create a lot of dom elements by itself)
Is this supposed to be like this in Ember? Aren't nodes, etc suppose to be released when not being used anymore?