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      Latest reply on Oct 30, 2019 1:19 PM by GreenSock
      Cats_Schrodinger Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

        Hello Everyone!


        I bumped into the following problem.


        The current implementation of disabling cache (via the network tab) does disable cache for almost everything, except for JavaScript files.


        As you know, most front-end frameworks use virtual DOMs (Vue.JS, React), and they basically store all info in JavaScript objects.


        It's a giant pain in the bottom that I have to manually empty the cache every time I modify the code to see the served results. This is the number one reason why I would need to turn off the cache, yet it affects everything except the only file where it actually matters.