Memory Management and Garbage Collection in JavaScript

Memory Management and garbage collection in JavaScript is a slightly unfamiliar topic since in JavaScript we are not performing any memory operations explicitly, however, it is good to know how it works.
In the low-level languages like C, developers need to manually allocate and deallocate the memory using the malloc(), calloc(), realloc(), and free() methods. In the high-level languages like Java and JavaScript, we don’t need to explicitly allocate or release memory. JavaScript values are allocated when things are created (objects, Strings, etc.) and freed automatically when they are no longer used. This process is called Garbage collection.