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we are using an UICollectionView to display different kinds of views in our application, including charts created with SciChart. We noted that every time a cell with a SciChart is loaded, some memory is allocated and not freed when the cell disappears, which leads to a massive memory leak and eventually crashes the application.
Is there a way to free SciChart resources on demand? Or maybe you suggest another solution to solve this issue?

  • Andrew Burnett-Thompson
    Hi Anna, when reporting memory issues or other crashes, we ask that customers send a code sample to reproduce to our support desk. Can you please do that? Support desk link is at the top of the page under Developers -> Open a ticket
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Hello, Anna.
We’ve recently fixed a bunch of memory leaks in SCIChartFramework and I believe your case should be covered as well. Could you please double check with the latest nightly build version of SCIChart SDK? If you’re still facing this bug, would be nice if you can provide some code sample for reproducing the issue, so we can quickly investigate and fix.

Thanks in advance,

SciChart iOS developer.

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