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    Default Browser caching

    I'm moving from 4.x to 5.x.
    In 4.x - i was just using Ext.require to pull in all the files I typically needed .
    This meant they were available for debugging in FireBug etc..
    It also meant a shift-f5/ctrl-f5 would do a refresh and grab the latest version..

    I'm moving to 5.x using sencha cmd - I understand I can run the "sencha app build" to create a release/production version.
    And - I can run "in-place" for development - but the shift-f5/ctrl-f5 trick doesnt seem to work any more.
    Using the microloader - all these are not refreshed properly.

    Any ideas or clues ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by zz9pa View Post
    I'm moving from 4.x to 5.x.
    In 4.x - i was just using Ext.require to pull in all the files I typically needed .
    This meant they were available for debugging in FireBug etc..
    It also meant a shift-f5/ctrl-f5 would do a refresh and grab the latest version..

    I'm moving to 5.x using sencha cmd - I understand I can run the "sencha app build" to create a release/production version.
    And - I can run "in-place" for development - but the shift-f5/ctrl-f5 trick doesnt seem to work any more.
    Using the microloader - all these are not refreshed properly.

    Any ideas or clues ?
    Have you tried developing with using sencha app watch?

    Thanks
    Joel

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