Some time ago i created an iOS Objective-C cheat sheet for developers looking to transition to Objective-C who already understood languages such as Java, C++ and C# to get started with Objective-C. As it was just a quick guide I did not get into memory management which was so different from those languages.
Since then I also posted about a great video tutorials on Objective-C memory management which covered things in great detail.
Today I found a good guide on some specific situations that could lead to a memory leak if dealt with improperly. This includes dealing with autorelease objects, autorelease pools, returning pointers, and how memory management is handled with collections.
You can find the guide here:
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