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Memory warnings when trying to load 200+ images

Your memory management's the problem. Not Swift's. Here's where you went wrong...

In your viewDidLoad method, you've instantiated your imageGroup array with 200+ images. Assuming these images aren't super tiny, you've already allocated a huge chunk of memory to an unnecessary array from the get go. You should instead fetch these images as needed during your loadImage method.

For example, you can replace this line:

var newcontainerView =
UIImageView(image: imageGroup[imageCounter])

with something along the lines of:

let newImage = UIImage(named:
"bg_(imageCounter + 1)")
var newcontainerView = UIImageView(image:

so you instead get the image from the bundle on an as-needed basis.

NB: You'll need to figure out an appropriate filename-getting algorithm to suit your case...named: "bg_(imageCounter + 1)" is just an example.

As for your use of imageGroup.count throughout your code, since it's apparent in your viewDidLoad that your images are of a known quantity, I'd suggest replacing all instances of imageGroup.count with an equivalent constant.


To address one other issue with your code, calling loadVisibleImages in scrollViewDidScroll can also cause memory issues.

The UIScrollView delegate method scrollViewDidScroll is called continuously as the scrollview scrolls, and thus, as your code stands, loadVisibleImages will be called nearly constantly as well. So especially when the user's scrolling quickly and your app's simultaneously running multiple iterations of loadVisibleImages (where one pass of the method hasn't completed before the next begins), this could result in a crash in this particular case.

So here's a suggestion for now right off the top of my head (I could very well come up with a better one later and I'm sure better ones exist). In your scrollViewDidScroll method, perhaps only call loadVisibleImages if your app isn't already going through it. Then call it again as a safeguard once your scrollview has finished decelerating just to make sure you have the visible images. For example:

var loadingVisibleImages

override func viewDidLoad() {

    loadingVisibleImages = false

func loadVisibleImages() {
    loadingVisibleImages = true
    loadingVisibleImages = fasle

func scrollViewDidScroll(scrollView: UIScrollView)
    // Load the pages that are now on screen
    println("did scroll")
    if loadingVisibleImages == false

func scrollViewDidEndDecelerating(scrollView:
UIScrollView) {
    if loadingVisibleImages == false

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