The former, I believe. I would tend to think that these changes would
actually cause higher memory consumptions on one-paged applications
(handlers of removed DOM nodes cannot be garbage collected).

On Jun 23, 11:53 pm, Mike Rumble <mike.rum...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I was having a poke around under the hood of the latest RC and noticed
> some changes to event handling (I think the changes were actually made
> for RC1, but none the less).
>
> The event handling system now uses the new Element Storage to cache
> handlers, and I'm interested to learn the rationale for this. Was the
> change made simply to adopt Element Storage or are there performance
> benefits?
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