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    Default Application Cache Deprecation Warning

    After a recent update to Chrome I now see the following in the console window:

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    [Deprecation] Application Cache API use is deprecated and will be removed in M82, around April 2020. See https://www.chromestatus.com/features/6192449487634432 for more details.
    As far as I can tell I am not using the app cache. In fact, if I go to in chrome it shows nothing.

    How do I prevent this? I am using ExtJs classic version 6.2 and Chrome version 79.

    Thanks

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    Some advance with this issue? It happens with me too ...

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    Still a problem - I haven't heard any response.

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    Seriously? Nobody at Sencha is going to comment? All I need to know is how to turn the cache checking off.

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    You can check this link : https://www.sencha.com/forum/showthr...pcache-warning,
    there is a open ticket for this same issue. https://www.sencha.com/forum/showthread.php?310619

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    Thanks for the link. Almost 4 years and nothing has been done about this?

    And now the warning sounds a little more serious. It specifically says it will be removed around April of this year. I'm not sure what will happen at that point but the way it's going we are likely to find out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Wagoner View Post
    Thanks for the link. Almost 4 years and nothing has been done about this?

    And now the warning sounds a little more serious. It specifically says it will be removed around April of this year. I'm not sure what will happen at that point but the way it's going we are likely to find out.
    Is anyone from Sencha going to respond to this? I am seeing the same warning and not sure what's going to happen or what action to take.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
    Is anyone from Sencha going to respond to this? I am seeing the same warning and not sure what's going to happen or what action to take.
    If you have not explicitly used caching I think you won't be affected, I too checked the code and found that there is a call in the Ext.Microloader for the application cache.
    This warning comes when the Ext.Microloader calls and checks for the appCache.
    I raised this issue in Sencha Support (https://support.sencha.com) and they told me there is a Sencha CMD verison fix for this coming up before April 2020, so you can do the same and check with the Support.

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    Quote Originally Posted by suvo View Post
    If you have not explicitly used caching I think you won't be affected, I too checked the code and found that there is a call in the Ext.Microloader for the application cache.
    This warning comes when the Ext.Microloader calls and checks for the appCache.
    I raised this issue in Sencha Support (https://support.sencha.com) and they told me there is a Sencha CMD verison fix for this coming up before April 2020, so you can do the same and check with the Support.
    Thanks for the response.

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