How to manage Bokeh objects lifetime properly?

Hello,

I see how to close a plot - at least visually - and delete the associated backend (i.e. python) objects.

However, I really don’t see how I can make sure that everything is properly cleanup on the frontend (i.e. JS) side.

Is there a recipe for that?

Thanks for you help.

N.

I don't have any guidance to offer, I'm afraid. This is an area that probably needs some attention, but what is really required (and unfortunately what is absent at the moment) is a JavaScript developer with the right experience to help or provide guidance (or become a new contributor). Anyone who has experience with "bulletproofing" larger/longer-running JS libraries would be extremely welcome and appreciated, please reach out here or on GitHub.

Thanks,

Bryan

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On Feb 13, 2017, at 03:31, nicolas.fr <[email protected]> wrote:

Hello,
I see how to close a plot - at least visually - and delete the associated backend (i.e. python) objects.
However, I really don't see how I can make sure that everything is properly cleanup on the frontend (i.e. JS) side.
Is there a recipe for that?
Thanks for you help.
N.

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