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    Question Removing all module components from DOM

    Hello,
    is there an easy way to destroy all views, stores and models which belong to specific controller from DOM?
    For example: I have a window with grid in it and I want to remove everything from DOM what is used by this window (and grid) after I close this window.

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    By default closeAction on a window is set to destroy the window so when you do a window.close() the window will be destroyed and all it's items will be also so the DOM from all those components will be removed.
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    Thank you for answer.
    I still can find all related components of administration module in DOM after i close the Window. Like you can see in attached screenshot of firebug DOM explorer, there are still controller, stores, models and views used by this window (module).

    Because I plan to make big app using web desktop, I want to keep the memory used by browser as low as possible to make the app usable.
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    Can someone please help me with this issue?

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