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“What tools can one use to track down JS memory leaks in IE 7/8?”
- Heroku no longer has the “ouchie guy” when the site is down. You now get a much more plain, less “comic-sans” response page. You can also customize your error page.
- Heroku also appears to have done some work around setting your site in maintenance mode. Hopefully these changes will make going in to maintenance mode more robust than previous experiences.
- Juicer, a tool used for compiling/compressing JS, has a dependency on cmdparse which is currently under GPL. The author of cmdparse is awaiting response from all the committers so that he can release it under a more flexible license.